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CURRICULUM . 8 

STUDENTS .IT. P.™V 26 
ACTIVITIES . . 94 

ATHLETICS j.|^|Lv 14 
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MOUTH-CARVER HIGH SCHOOL • PLYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS • VOLUME XLVII 



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DEDICATION 

In choosing a fitting dedi- 
cation for this yearbook, it 
is natural to consider those 
who have made great contri- 
butions to the school as a 
whole and especially to the 
well being of the students. 
Our guidance counselors, Mr. 
Edwin Calvin, Mrs. Jean 
Patenaude and Mr. Horace 
Turner, are most deserving 
of this honor. 

They are the first to pre- 
pare our way when we enter 
high school as Freshmen. 
Throughout our Sophomore 
and Junior years they con- 
tinue to fulfill our needs as 
individual members of the 
school. The Seniors year finds 
them working to help us pre- 
pare a place for ourselves in 
the world beyond high school. 

Since they help us in so 
many ways to gain a true 
awareness of our role as stu- 
dents, and citizens, and thus 
an awareness of our world, 
we gratefully dedicate the 
1967 PILGRIM to them. 




An awareness of our world, 

that's what we have. 

a knowledge of 

people . . . 

ideas ... of the love and hate 

that we see around us. 

a phantasmagoria of meaningful words 

that astound us 

with their ominous message, 

or that spur us 

to stand up and cheer or jeer. 

The VietNam war . . . the senseless 

killing of innocent villagers 

and eight student nurses 

slaughtered IN COLD BLOOD. 

"President Lyndon B. Johnson, 

in a press conference today ..." 

the Draft . . . the Draft Card burners, 

the ideals for which 

they stand . . . and fall, 

or do they fall? 

"Oh say can you see ..." 

the glories of America? 

the War on Poverty, 

and the Peace Corps, CARE and Vista. 

Civil Rights . . . 

black power . . . "BURN, BABY, BURN!" 

Watts, Chicago, Cicero. 

conscientious leaders, 

intelligent deliberations. 




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the splinter factions, the superabundance of leaders and 

the militant followers. 

The testing of rights, the shocking denials. 

HATE which still exists, which will never die. 

"... by the dawn's early light ..." 

Light . . . "Let there be light." 

the joys and hardships of learning the successes and defeats. 

The spokesmen of the world of the young, 

each of us a spokesman, or at least a commentator . . . 

the new ballads, the new heroes, the new morals, 

the new young. 

We are the pilgrims, searching for a belief all our own, 

journeying through life, experiencing . . . that's the word. 

SEX and our society, our sexually oriented society, 

how does this fit in with our codes, what are our reactions? 

The eternal questions, 

"how do I know that I'm realty here?" 

it's God that's worrying me . . . 

"S'il n'existait pas, il faudrait l'inventer." 



The books that we read, 

controversy over 

THE CATCHER IN THE RYE, 

DOCTOR ZHIVAGO, 

also the existentialists, 

for some, answers; 

for some, questions. 

Discoveries, 

the beauty of the world, 

art and music and self-expression . . . 

the soul comes alive, 

and is for one brief moment 

imparted to another. 

Others . . . 

man's inhumanity to man, 

both the physical and mental brutality, 

is part of what we see. 

good and evil in equal shares . . . 

no man is all good or all bad, 

we can't paint it black and white, 

because there are colors involved 

. . . vivid colors! 




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Growing, maturing, preparing to take our places, 

our chance to correct that which we deplore . . . 

but will we correct it? 

or will we follow old established routes? 

"Ask not what your country ..." a voice from the past, 

significant in our future. 

May we create order from chaos, may we gain a meaningful 

awareness of our world and our role in it . . . 

an honest evaluation of our neighbors, 

an honest evaluation of ourselves. 

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Plymouth Carver High School 

is a stimulus for learning. 

Young people are drawn from the world of I, 

to recognize the world of We. 

They learn to value the opinions of others. 

While at the same time, develop their own. 

The views of today's youth are 

unparalleled in history. 

They are born of an age of security, 

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It is the monumental task of our teachers 

to try to answer the questions we ask, 

to satisfy our needs and demands. 

They are charged with the work 

of turning our intelligence 

to the right direction. 

They must challenge the pupil to become 

the student. 

They must show us the way to gaining 

an honest awareness of our world. 



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Vice Principal, Mr. Robert Holton with Principal, 
Mr. Wilbert Cingolani. 



Mr. F. Edward Nicolas and Mr. William Gault, Jr. 





Mrs. Alice Urann, 
Dean of Girls 



Seated: Mrs. Jane Gellar, Mrs. Mary Gomes, Mr. William Gault, Mr. F. Edward Nicolas, 
Dr. Samuel Stewart, Chairman, standing: Mr. Erwin Washburn, Dr. George Wild, 
Mr. Harry Doyle, Mr. David Cappannari 



GUIDANCE 




Mrs. Jean Patenaude 

Bridgewater State 
Boston University 




Mr. Horace Turner 

Bates College 
Harvard University 



Mr. Edwin Calvin 

Harvard 

Western Reserve University 

Boston University 



College, career 
plans formulated 







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The English Department of Plymouth-Carver High School, through 
its programs of intensive, extensive, and summer reading, affords 
all students to become better acquainted with the world around them. 
Foreign, as well as American literature is dealt with. Truly, an 
awareness of our world — its current strengths and weaknesses, is 
gained by all. 

Two part program stresses . . . 






Mr. Bohus Benes 

Harvard University 




Miss Glcnna Plaisted 

Boston University 



Mr. Allan Cohen 

University of Massachusetts 
Bridgewater 



Mr. Robert Merrifield 

Lowell State 
University of Massachusetts 



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Swarthmore 

University of Bridgeport 

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Bridgewater 
Clarion Advisor 
Senior Class Advisor 




Miss Sally Day 
University of Maine 
Debate Club Advisor 



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Mr. Thomas Marino 

Millerville State 



Miss Janet Draghetti 

Hood 

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Drama Club Advisor 

Senior Class Advisor 



Mr. John Smith, Chairman 
Tufts 
Harvard 
Boston University 




Mr. Joseph Auciello 

University of Massachusetts 
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Broadening 

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Mr. Thomas Long 

Stonehill 
Bridgewater 



Miss Patricia Comiskey 
Boston College 




Mrs. Martha Segarra 

University of Montevideo 

University of Uraguay 



Mrs. Gudrun Bartlett 

Mount Holyoke 



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Sharpening our insight 
into the world of today 



Miss Phyllis Boucher, Chairman 
Worcester State 
Clark University 




Miss Phyllis Johnson 

Bridgewater 

Northwestern University 



Mr. Kenneth Taylor 

University of Miami 
Bridgewater 




Mrs. Doris Krensky 

Boston University 

Bridgewater 



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SOCIAL STUDIES 



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Present day problems illuminated 
by events of the past 





Mr. Paul Baden 

Harvard University 
Boston University 



Mr. Joseph Robinson 

Tufts University 
University of Maine 



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MATHEMATICS 




Mr. Russell Randall 

Boston University 




Mr. Peter Fachetti 

North Adams State C. 

Biidgewater State College 

Northeastern University 





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our technological age 




Mr. Alfred Hoppe 

University of the Hague 




Mr. Louis Cappannari 

University of Michigan 
Northeastern University 



Mr. James Perry 

Portia Law School 
Providence College 




Mr. Donald Mayer, Chairman 
Boston University 



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SCIENCE 






Exploring the mysteries 



Miss Clare Driscoll 



Radcliffe 
Harvard 





Mr. Ronald Gomes 
Bridgewater 



Mr. Silas Wade 

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 
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Mr. David Barlow, Chairman 

University of Rhode Island 

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Mr. Earle Jowdry 

University of Maine 
Husson College 



Mrs. Inger Martinelli 
Ohio University 



Mr. William Turpin 

Salem State 



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Miss Beatrice Arthur, Chairman 

Salem State 
Bridgewater State 
Boston University 



Mr. Willard Mondeau 

Northeastern 
Bridgewater 



Mrs. Leona Swartz 

Boston University 



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ART 



Deepening an ap- 
preciation for art . . . 




Mr. Patrick Berry 

College of Practical Art 

Massachusetts College of Art 

Bridgewater State 



and music 







Mr. Maurice Sevigny 

Massachusetts College of Art 



MUSIC 




Mr. John Pacheco 

New England Conservatory of Music 

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Mr. William Clark 

Fitchburg State 



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Mr. Harold Rogers, Chairman 

Boston University 



Mr. Richard Ward 

University of Massachusetts 



Mr. Henry Cryer 

Panzer College 




Rounding out the educational program 



Miss Nancy MacDuffee 
University of 
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Miss Judith Wild 

University of Carolina at Greensboro 




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Mrs. Dorothy Lopes 

Secretary 
Main Office 



Mrs. Doris Roncarati 

Main Office 
Secretary 



Mrs. Henrietta Prout 

Guidance Secretary 




Miss Edith Testoni 

IBM Co-ordinator 



Mrs. Flora Ledo 

Matron 



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Secretary 
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The PCHS student gathers an 

awareness of his world 

through personal contact. 

Thus, the measure of his 

awareness increases, 

as he establishes his identity 

throughout his school life. 

As a Freshman, he is enthusiastic, 

ready to begin, ready to learn; 

but his relationships with others are limited — 

he is above all, an individual. 



STUDEN 



The Sophomore initiates the change; 

he evolves, and, 

as the individual changes, the class begins 

its long process toward unity. 

Juniors are prepared to accept 

the responsibility 

of school leadership. 

They perfect their class by perfecting 

their personal contacts. 

Seniors become the school, 

and the school takes on, 

the essence of the Senior Class. 

Interdependence and co-operation 

are the hallmarks 

of a polished school, PCHS. 



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Carmen Frances Xavier Lopes 

9 Oak Street, Plymouth 
President 

Poised . . . "Carmen is bound for col- 
lege and life as a social worker . . . 
feminine . . . LOVES being a girl . . . 
"You'll get over it!" ... is her reply 
to loud people and N. M. . . . stylish 
. . . prizes her gold charm bracelet and 
J. P. (mmm, who wouldn't? ) 

Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom 3, 
4; S. A. S. 1, 4; Youth Citizenship 
Conference Representative 3; Spanish 
Club 3; Future Nurses Club 3; Drama 
Club 1, 2; A.F.S. 2, 3; Dean's Council 
1, 2; Secretary of Dean's Council 2; 
Talent Show 3; Yearbook 4; Class Pres- 
ident 1, 4; Pep Squad 1, 2; Senior 
Show 4. 



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OFFICERS 



PLYMOUTH-CARVER HIGH 



Donald Stuart Kramer 

15 Overlook Road, Plymouth 
Vice-President 

"Don" . . . "Want to go to college, huh? 
... "I'll say!" ... Best Dressed . 
oh! ... those uncooperative people . 
casual . . . happiness is ... zzzzzz . 
sleeping . . . polished . . . prizes . 
his Husky. 

Vice President 1, 4; Debate Club 1; 
Latin Club 2; Spanish Club 3; Talent 
Show 3; Leaders Corps 2, 3, 4; Band 
1, 2, 3; Class Ring Committee 1; Prom 
Committees 3, 4. 




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Wendy Anne Gomes 



Plymouth Street, North Carver 
Secretary 

"Wendy" . . . energetic . . . future 
physical Ed. Teacher . . . talkative . . . 
"Take it light" . . . enthusiastic . . . 
likes . . . being with a certain someone 
. . . dislikes . . . staying home weekends 
. . . prizes ... her friendships. 

Class Secretary 3, 4; Dean's Council 
1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's Council Co-President 
4; Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4; Varsity 
Softball 2, 4; Bowling Team 1; 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls Sports 
Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Marching Girls 2; Drama Club 1; 
Chairman, Class Flower Committee 4; 
Math Club 1; Dance Committees 1, 2, 
3, 4; Pilgrim Sports Staff 2, 3; Proms 
3, 4; Future Teachers Club 4; Senior 
Show Writing Committee 4; Typist 
Pool 4; Book Store Attendant 4; Girls 
Track Team 2; Spanish Club 2; Mrs. 
Urann's Personal Secretary 4. 





Joseph C. Furtado 

37 Cherry Street, Plymouth 
Treasurer 

"Joe" . . . amiable . . . likes beach par- 
ties at Duxbury Beach . . . and his 
license . . . Driver's that is ... loyal 
. . . heard saying, "I could care!" . . . 
trustworthy . . . though peeved by 
teachers who ask: "Where's your 
pass?" . . . will graduate from college 
. . . but not C.C.C. ... huh, Joe? 

Class Treasurer 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 
4; Intramurals 1, 4; Junior Prom 3; 
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Anthony Almeida 

27 Dias Road, Plymouth 

"Fuzzy" . . . an Air force Radarman 
... jovial ... "I don't feature this 
stuff!" . . . food . . . happiness is get- 
ting paid without working . . . smart. 



Linda Marie Alves 

1 Ocean View Avenue, Plymouth 

Linda . . . friendly . . . loquacious . . . 
"I don't believe it" . . . dislikes con- 
ceited people . . . Happiness is Friday 
. . . plans to be happy . . . thoughtful 
. . . prizes her license. 

Pep Squad 1, 2, 3; Dance Committees 
1, 2; Pilgrim Typing Staff 4; Senior 
Show; Secretarial Pool 4. 



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Peter Howard Ames 

4 Sever Street, Plymouth 

"Pete" . . . prizes his license . . . and 
a 1967 Volkswagen Station Wagon . . . 
but . . . is peeved by Doris . . . "Oh 
ya!" . . . hopes to have a career in 
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William Anderson 

Overlook Terrace, Plymouth 
"Billy" . . . not Andy! . . . that 



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Sprint ... all right Highway Menace! 
. . . Billy hopes to get into college . . . 
hates the "next day" . . . lackadaisical 
. . . sprite . . . speedy . . . happiness is 
. . . vacation ! 

Intramurals 3, 4; French Club 3; Geo- 
logical Club 3; Prom Committees 3. 




Allen Andrews 

227 South Pond Road, Plymouth 

"Zeke" . . . "well-liked" . . . plans 
further his education and fight in T 
Nam . . . "carefree" . . . "Don't sir 
it!" . . . Happiness is no homework 
pet peeve . . . people v>ho don't lis 
. . . prizes his class ring. 

Cross Country 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2 
4; Boys' Sports Club 3, 4; Intramur 
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Ruth Linnette Axford 

73 Alden Street, Plymouth 

"Linn" . . . ambition ... to become a 
gym teacher . . . talkative . . . "No, no, 
no!" . . . likes weekends . . . but not 
getting that letter — well! . . . prizes 
her memories . . . cheesecake ! 

Cheerleaders 2, 3, 4; Sports Club 2, 
3, 4; Geological Society 1, Treasurer 2, 
Secretary 3; Latin Club 1; Future 
Teachers Club 3, 4; Pilgrim 4; Senior 
Show 4; Laboratory Aid 3; Pep Squad 
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Wilson Bagley 

19 Clyfton Street, Plymouth 

Bill . . . confident . . . genial . . . to be 
a good teacher . . . happiness is ... 
Lyn . . . prizes a red guitar . . . "right 
Lord" . . . freshman — no! 

Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 1, 2, 3; 
Chorus 4; Chess Club 1; Geological 
Society 1, 2, 3. 




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18 Bay View Avenue, Plymouth 

"Charlie" . . . wants the good life . . . 
pretentions . . . oh, for a straight pair 
of legs . . . prizes his buss — but 
Bothelo on a Uh counter . . . passive 
... "Plenty good you betchum!" 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 4; Track 
4; Chorus 4; Intramurals 4; Drama 
Club 3; This Night Shall Pass 3; Mar- 
riage Proposal 3 ; Our Town 1 ; Pygma- 
lion 3; Debate Club 4; Varsity Club 
4; Varsity Club 4; Senior Show 4; 
Senior Prom 4. 




John F. Banks 

8 Brewster Street, Plymouth 

"John" . . . unique . . . confident . . . 
sincere . . . hopes to gain wisdom! . . . 
'uh — yeh!' . . . prizes that dog 
Charlie Brown . . . playing shortshop 
for the N.Y. Yankees . . . Happiness! 
. . . hates those sophomores throwing 
spitivads ! ! 

Baseball 4. 




Arthur N. Barron 

32 Alden Street, Plymouth 

Artie . . . Why do your brothers peeve 
you so . . .? Dee-voted . . . and always 
willing to be seen with D.W. ... "Oh 
com'on" — A future seaman on our 
hands. 

Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Senior Show Writing Com- 
mittee 4; Senior Show Coordinating 
Committee 4; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 
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August Barros 

42 Samoset Street, Plymouth 

Augie . . . talkative, rythmic, argumen- 
tive . . . especially with that certain 
teacher in 105 ... hopes to finish 
school . . . plans marriage . . . U.S.A. F. 
watch out . . . "say brother!" 
Good dancer . . . Ya-Ya!! 

Freshman Football 1; Intramural Vol- 
leyball and Basketball 4; Dance Com- 
mittees 2. 




Rosalind Barrows 

Center Street, Carver 

"Cunny" . . . plans on entering nursing 
. . . lively . . . but dislikes people who 
talk too much . . . enjoys going out 
with that certain someone every week 
. . . prizes — Dexter! . . . can be heard 
saying: "Bring it on home". 

Deans Council 1, 2; Future Nurses 3, 
4; Pep Squad 1, 2; Jr. Volunteers 
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RFD 3, Little Pond, Plymouth 

"ambitions . , 
Harvard and 
Democrats" . . 
his license. 

Chess Club 4; Play 2: Drivers Ed. 3; 
Debate Club and Heritage Day 1. 



to get degrees from 
Yale . . . "Down with 
"L.B.J." . . . Bob prizes 




Linda Arlene Barufaldi 

35 Mt. Pleasant Street, Plymouth 

"Cookie" . . . prizes her stuffed a)ii- 
mals . . . inquisitive . . . likes sleeping 
late . . . and nursing . . . "Well!" . . . 
amicable . . . but late people peere her. 

Future Nurses Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pres- 
ident 4, S.A.S. Homeroom Representa- 
tive 3; Pep Squad 1, 2; Latin Club 2; 
A.F.S. 3, 4; Pilgrim 4; Prom Commit- 
tee 3, 4; Dean Council 1, 2; Senior 
Show 4; Book Store 4. 




Arthur Edward Basinski 

5 Bunker Hill Road, Plymouth 

"Butch" . . . wet and wild . . . Hand- 
some ... in his prized ... long under- 
wear? . . . and with his Gordan and 
Smith Surfboard . . . wants to be . . . 
guess? ... a Successful Surfing Bum 
. . . yes! . . . Hodads, Gremmies and 
his father peeve him. 

Chorus 3; Baseball 2; Football 1, 4; 
Junior Prom 3; Senior Prom 4, Senior 
Show 4; A.F.S. 4; Chess Club 1; Lab 
Assistant 2, 3; Pilgrim Art Staff 1, 2; 
Geological Society 2. 3. 



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Russell Bastoni 

90 Spooner Street, Plymouth 

"Rus" . . . dislikes work . . . but . . . 
not sleep . . . prizes . . . "My Freedom" 
. . . "Is that right?" . . . plans a long 
and happy life. 

Golf 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4; Work 
Study Program 4; Baseball 1. 



Thomas John Bastoni 

362 Court Street, Plymouth 

"Tom" ... versatile ... ambition: to 
have friends and money . . . "What a' 
you kiddin' me?" . . . willing . . . de- 
voted . . . to Dar . . . 55 Ford . . . ick 
. . . those lonely weekends. 

Class Treasurer 1; President 2, 3; Stu- 
dent Council 2, 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Mikado 1 ; Patience 2 ; Pygmalion 2 ; 
Junior Prom 3; Quiz Bowl 1, 2; Senior 
Show Director 4; Drama Club 2; 
Talent Show 3. 







William Weston Beal 

3 Overlook Terrace, Plymouth 

"Bill" . . • fun-loving . . . will be happy 
if he graduates ... but — Oh! those 
casts with flowers! ... rascally ... 
Bill wants to be a millionaire ... I II 
second that!" 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 
4; Junior Prom Committee Senior 
Show 4. 



Patrick Beaulieu 

407 Court Street, Plymouth 

Pat . . . teasing . . . but not about col- 
lege . . . "You wouldn't believe it!" . . . 
the morning after the night before . . . 
fun-loving . . . prankish . . . what about 
a summer vacation with a car? 

Track 1, 2; Intramurals 3, 4; Prom 
Committees 3. 




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Peter Bedard 

25 Bradford Street, Plymouth 

"Pete" . . . wants to be a draftsman 
. . . always saying — "Sure am sorry 
about that" . . . likes riding a scooter in 
30 degree weather . . . peeved by neck- 
ties . . . Prizes "My motorscooter". 



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John Benevides 

21 y 2 Cherry Street, Plymouth 

"John" . . . well-mannered . . . happi- 
ness is no school because of a snow 
storm . . . sincere . . . wants to gradu- 
ate and go to work . . . "What arc tve 
going to do" . . . with girls with big 
mouths? . . . strong . . . about L.H. 

Football 1, 2; Baseball 1; Basketball 1; 
Intramurals 4. 





Joseph Louis Bergamini, Jr. 

170 Standish Ave., Plymouth 

"Joe" . . . "The Men" . . . peeve him 
. . . prizes . . . his pool table . . . and 
listeni)ig to "my" records . . . "Golly 
Whiskers!" . . . Joe wants to make the 
Navy his career! 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2; Intra- 
murals 1, 2. 




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to succeed" ... at?! ... College . . . 
hopes to travel! . . , happiness is just 
living . . . "You're kidding!" . . . prizes 
her tennis racket-tennis pro? . . . but 
oh, that G.A.! 

National Honor Society 3, 4; Tennis 

1, 2, 3, 4; Sports Club 1, 2, 3, 4; A.F.S. 

2, Treasurer 3; Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
German Club 3, 4; Marching Girls 2, 

3, 4; Quiz Bowl 1, 2; Pilgrim 1, 2, 3, 
4; Senior Show 4; Mikado 1; Chorus 
1, 2; Junior and Senior Prom Commit- 
tees 3, 4; Hertiage Day Representat- 
tive 1 ; Bookstore 4. 



Kathryn Marie Blackwell 

14 Cushman Street, Plymouth 

"Kathy" ... to be a private secretary 
— a good one too ... desirous ... 
happy when she's with someone she 
likes . . . bothered by two little brothers 
... "I thought you knew that!" ... 
serious . . . prizes her Holly Cross pen- 
nant. 

Pep Squad 1, 2; Junior Prom Com- 
mittees 3; Dance Committees 4; Secre- 
tarial Office Pool 4; Clarion Staff 3, 4; 
Intramurals 2. 



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Lynn Ross Blake 

46 Standish Avenue, Plymouth 

Lynn . . . frolicsome, cheerful ... to 
go to college . . . umm! . . . that license, 
and sleeping late . . . "Yon must be 
kidding!" . . . vibrant . . . but those 
5th period studies . . . no! . . . 

Latin Club 1; Pep Squad 1, 2. 3; 
Cheerleaders 4; Dean's Council 3, 4. 
(4 — co-president); Sports Club 4; Vol- 
leyball and Basketball Intramurals; 
Bowling Team; Junior Prom Commit- 
tee; Mikado 2; Chorus 2; Senior Show; 
A.F.S. 4; Dance Committees. 



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Janet Marie Boccaci 

12 Russell Avenue, Plymouth 

"Bo" . . . future elementary teacher 
. . . "Oh no!" . . . gay . . . nonchalant 
. . . Happiness is ... the Cape . . . but 
. . . those two younger brothers! . . . 
impish . . . prizes those week-ends . . . 
but ... oh!... the morning after! 

Latin Club 1; A.F.S. 2, 4; Pilgrim 
2, 4; Marching Girls 3, 4; Bookstore 
4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Deans' Coun- 
cil 2; Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Show 
4; Dance Committees 2, 3, 4; Prom 
Committees 3, 4; Future Teachers' 
Club 3, 4; Bowling 1, 2. 



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Joel Botelho 

30 Atlantic Street, Plymouth 

"Joel" . . . rugged . . . personable . . . 
music minded . . . those Buccaneers . 
hopes for their success . . . prizes his 
drums, his friends and his girl — a 
certain E.F. ... pet peeve — being un- 
happy and teachers . . . "What can I 
do?" . . . says our good-looking football 
player. 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; 
Track 1, Intramurals 1, 2, 3. 







Wayne Botelho 

14 Forest Avenue Court, Plymouth 

"Wayne" . . . hearty . . . happy when 
he's turned on . . . he's going to make 
a million, and travel on Route 06 ... 
"Oh ya" . . . "getting much?" . . . aloof, 
speedy . . . values his life ■ ■ ■ hate's 
getting up early and homework. 



Robert Redmond Bradley 

Cochituate Road, Priscilla Beach 
Plymouth 

"Brad" . . . ambition . . . to visit Russia 
. . . "Hey, look, there's "thing" . . . 
What's "thing"? . . . unperturbed, con- 
scientious . . . pet peeve . . . immature 
adults . . . prizes "Strong Like Bull". 

Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Pilgrim 4 (Co- 
business manager) ; French Club 2, 3, 
President 4; Latin Club 2, 3; Lab As- 
sistant 1, 2; Clarion 2, Co-features edi- 
tor 3; Chorus 3; Math Club 2; Youth 
Citizenship Conference; "Pygmalion" 
& "Diary of Anne Frank". 



Edgar Braley 

Seaview Drive, Manomet 

Edgar hopes to get a license . . . prizes 
his car . . . happy when target shooting 
..."Gotta fool around" ... Baseball 
. . . peeves him. 

Freshman Baseball 1. 



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Jean Catherine Brenner 

26 Hamilton St., Plymouth 

"Jeanne" . . . golden . . . personality 
. . . "What am I going to do?" . . . 
Travel and meet new people . . . happy 
on ... Manter's Point in the summer 
... in "my '56 Ford" . . . dislikes 
. . . fair weather friends . . . attractive 
. . . to whom Jeanne? 

Pep Squad 1 ; Intramurals 1 ; Latin 
Club 1; Sports Club 4; Marching Girls 
2, 3; Cheerleader 4; Dance Committee 
1; Senior Show 4. 






Carmen Ann Brewster 

191 Sandwich Street, Plymouth 

Flirtatious . . . "Co.rm" . . . intends to 
go to secretarial school . . . "Just look 
at that!"? ... her prized, little gray 
Rambler . . . "chatty" . . . will always 
remember the summer of "66" . '. . 
(hummm) . . . but why do bcachballs 
peeve yon so? ... "bouncy". 

Pep Squad 1, 2, 3; Marching Girls 3. 
4; Prom Committees 3, 4; Senior Show 
4; Pilgrim 4; Latin Club 1, 2; Travel 
Club 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Future 
Nurses Club 2; A.F.S. 2, 3, 4; Secre- 
tary 3, 4; Heritage Day Workers 1; 
Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; World Af- 
fairs Club, Secretary 4; Dean's Council 
2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Usher; Gradua- 
tion Usher; Senior Show. 




Charles Richard Brewster, Jr. 

Whitings Lane, Plymouth 

"Chas" . . . anticipates . . ■ graduat- 
ing from College . . . "That's close" 
. . . pet peeve . . . White Fords . . . 
friendly . . . happy with . . . liceyise 
. . . long weekends and full tank of 
gas . . . jovial. 

Baseball 1; Geology 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom 3. 



David Britton 

208 Court St., Plymouth 

"Dave" . . . "It doesn't Matter" . . . 
turning doivn Harvard . . . independent 
. . . loves . . . "My guitar" . . . indivi- 
dualistic . . . but what about 
N.H.S.?? . . . well read ... an actor 
. . . "Good Luck, Dave!" 

Clarion Editor 2, 3, 4; Lit. 3, 4; Band 



1, 2, 4; Library Ass't 2; 
3. 



Chess Club 1, 



Kathleen Ann Brown 

261 Sandwich Street, Plymouth 

"Sociable" . . . hopes to be happy . . . 
and happy she is ... "What ca>i I 
say?" . . . guess that means a trip to 
New York, huh Kath? ... hates those 
mornings . . . but prizes her friends 

(whew!) . . . what's that? 
good-driver (?). 

Guidance Office Assistant 4; Pep 
Squad 2, 3; Pilgrim 4; Senior Show 
4; Jr. Prom Committee 3; Dance Com- 
mittees 2, 3, 4; Secretarial Pool 4; In- 
tramurals 1. 



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Penelope Brown 

273 Court Street, Plymouth 

"Penny" . . . artistic . . . plans ... to 
study art . . . and prizes her artistic 
ability and S.S.C.A. 1966 ... believes 
. . . "Nobody is perfect" . . . Peace . . . 
makes her happy . . . responsive . . . 
but ... ah! ... that Psych class ... 
Penny . . . is slender. 
AFS 3, 4; Clarion 3, 4; French Club 
3, 4; Junior Volunteer 3, Lit 4; Geo- 
logical Society 4; Chess Club 4; Art 
Club 4; Enameling Club 4; Graduation 
Usher 3; Future Teachers Association 
4; Pilgrim Curriculum 4; Senior Show 
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Richard A. Brown 

26 Spooner St., Plymouth 

"Rickie" . . . electronic technician . . . 
guess that's why he prizes his stereo 
& tape . . . easy going, but "Oh No! 
. . . not those teachers . . . roguish, 
misty eyed . . . someone mention Lake 
George? 

Senior Show; Band 1, 2; Intramurals 
1, 2, 3; 15c 1 a week collector; Dance 
Committee. 










Charles Michael Burns 

Beaver Dam Rd., Manomet 

"Chuckum Charlie" ... "Would you 
believe?" . . . wants to become a Doctor 
. . . prizes . . . his permanent pass . . . 
and Mr. R? ... enjoys running . . . 
hurdles?? 

Band 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 
4; Medical Club 1, 2; Audio-Visual 1, 
2; French Club 4; Latin Club 4; Dra- 
ma Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Jane Butterfield 

Jordan Rd., Plymouth 

"Jane" . . . artistic . . . friendly . . . 
happiness would be a 5 minute gradu- 
ation exercise . . . peeved by rules . . . 
prizes the Highlander. 

"Lit." Co-Editor 4; Clarion 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Pilgrim 3, 4; Drama Club 2, 3; Chorus 
3. 



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Grace Rose Cappannari 

1 Stephen's Lane, Plymouth 

"Gracious" ... to be successful about 
being a lawyer ... "I could really 
care" exclaims Grace, when talking 
about hypocrites . . . intelligent . . . 
conscientious about her license . . . and 
her Mama's and Papa's Albums . . . 
Grace seeks happiyiess in a peaceful 
world. 

National Honor Society 3, 4, President 
4; Pilgrim 3, 4 Staff Editor 4; Band 
1, 2, 3, 4; Quiz Bowl 1, 2; Latin Club 
2; French Club 2, 3, 4 Secretary 3; 
Drama Club 2, 3, 4; AFS 3, 4; Pygma- 
lion 2; Bowling 2; Youth Citizenship 
Conference 3; Orchestra Usher 1, 2; 
Dean's Council 2. 






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Virginia Meryl Caramsalidis 

Rear 350 Court Street, Plymouth 

Stylish . . . "Gin" likes to walk in the 
rain . . . but certainly not with critical 
people . . . chic and perky . . . LOVES 
letters from D.E.S. . . . plans to travel 
when she graduates . . . in the vicinity 
of California, Gin? 



Jeffrey Marshall Carter 

92 Allerton St., Plymouth 

"Jeff" . . . unliable . . . moody, but very 
dependable . . . Deceptive people . . . 
bother him . . . but graduating will 
make him happy . . . found . . . with 
C. G. ... in "my Chewy". 

Band 1, 2, 3; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; 
Jr. and Sr. Prom Comm. 







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West St. Carver 

"Larry" . . . good natured . . . but not 
when three sisters are concerned . . . 
this casual Carverite . . . prizes Dooley 
. . . and loves to loaf . . . did I say 
casual? . . . Larry's happy when skip- 
ping 2nd period Spanish Class . . . 
"Right!" 

Football 1; Baseball 1, 2, 3, Captain 4; 
Varsity Club 3, 4. 



Dennis Carvalho 

7 Peck Avenue, Plymouth 

Dennis . . . prankish, laughable 
ambition . . . the Air Force ... a real 
flyer . . . home room 102 and 



license" keep him happy . . 
1 gym . . . "Oh my God". 



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Guy H. Chandler 

22 Alden Terrace, Plymouth 

"Pegleg" . . . loves food . . . mischievi- 
ous ... oh those '53 ford beach bug- 
gies! . . . loves pay day . . . plans in- 
clude the Air Force . . . "I'll bust your 
head!" 

Football 1; Baseball 1; Senior Show. 



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Douglas Clark 

Glen Ave., Manomet 

Not "Cleo?!" . . . "What's it 
. . . Hopes to go to college . . . 
. . . loves those summer nights 
. . . where? Oh, Manomet! . . . Prizes 
his shotgun — and '57 Chevies . . . 
Go?.' 



"Doug" : 
to ya?" 
artistic 



Marvin Clements 

Boot Pond Road, Plymouth 

"Marvin" . . . scientific-minded . . . it's 
college or the Marine Corps for Marvin 
. . . loves to go down the Cape . . . with 
a full tank of gas . . . independent . . . 
when it comes to the local police . . . 
"Wipe Out!" 




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Scott Settles Cline 

29 Leydon Street, Plymouth 

"Scott" . . . nonchalant . . . wow . . . 
that smile . . . anyone for "cards Sat- 
urday night?" . . . Hopes to buy an 
island in the Mediterranean . . . friend- 
ly ... Taking along that special wo- 
man, Scott? . . . V.W.'s were not made 
for parking . . . Watch out, Sampson, 
. . . Scott s out to beat you at ping pong. 

Quiz Bowl 1, 2; Track 2, 3, 4; Cross- 
country 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; 
Senior Show 4; Junior Prom Commit- 
tee 3. 





Sally-Ann Cornish 

11 Chilton St., Plymouth 

"Sally" . . . elfin . . . heard saying . . . 
"I thought you knew that!" . . . spirited 
. . . dislikes staying home . . . likes her 
stuffed poodle . . . and "Being with 
him" . . . petite. 

Fashion Show 3, 4; Senior Show 4. 



Paula Leopoldina Correia 

Rochester Rd., So. Carver 

"Paula" . . . reserved . . . for that cer- 
tain someone . . . thoughtful . . . Dis- 
likes . . . "you wouldn't believe it" . . . 
Rm. 102 . . . wants to be a hairdresser 
. . . and . . . 866-220 % makes her happy! 

Future Nurses' Club 4; Pep Squad 4; 
Volleyball 4; Exercise Club 4. 



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Alfred John Costa 

72 Cherry Street, Plymouth 

"Freddie" . . . wants to get married 
and be happy ... ? ... "Ya sure" . . . 
rythmical . . . likes dancing and dates 
. . . rascalish . . . fights with K.D and 
snobbish girls get him down . . . friend- 
ly .. . prizes his license. 

Intramurals 3, 4; Latin Club 2; World 
Affairs Club 4. 




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Barbara Ann Marie Costa 

R.F.D. 3, South Meadow Road, Carver 

"Barbara" . . . wants ... to become a 
hairdresser . . . and "Mrs. B." . . . 
Likes Johnny . . . and . . . his ring . . . 
but not . . . being stood up by a sleepy 
guy . . . "are you kidding me?" 

Dean's Council 1; Library Aide 3, 4; 

Volleyball 4. 




Donna Marie Costa 

58 Cherry Street, Plymouth 

Donna . . . sweet . . . future secretary 
. . . prizes her friends . . . but says 
"Swing it Friz" . . . Oh, those typing 
errors . . . wants to travel . . . but not 
as a babysitter for her little brother 
. . . oh, those beautiful eyes! 

Dues Collector 1, 2; Secretarial Pool 4; 
Latin Club 1 ; Senior Show Committee 
4. 




Steven Costa 

9 Oceanview Ave., Plymouth 

"Steve" . . . wants a business career 
. . . Medues (my God) he's quiet . . . 
likes bugging a certain teacher . . . 
peeved by people who gossip . . . prizes 
his license. 

SAS Representative (homeroom). 




Wayne Joseph Cristani 

92 Cherry Street, Plymouth 

"Wayne" . . . wants to gain a little 
hick . . . impulsive . . . happy when 
around a certain C.R. ... "/ hope so" 
. . . doesn't like 3rd period class . . . 
independent ... casual ... prizes his 
'63 Valiant. 

Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; 
Football 1, 2; Boy's Sports Club 2, 3, 4. 



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William Curtis 

River Street, Plymouth 

"Bill" . . . "likable" . . . wants to be 
famous like Mr. Baden . . . "fun lov- 
ing" . . , "rascally" . . . "bump you 
baby" . . . likes being Irish . . . pet 
peeve — "Rabbit" . . . prizes his bottle 
opener . . . (For what, Bill). 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 4; Varsity 
Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee 
3. 




Joseph D'Ambrosio 

White Horse Beach, Manomet 

"Joe . . . "Let's go!" . . . prizes his car 
. . . and . . . hunting . . . fishing ... all 
outdoor sports . . . 103 is his pet peeve 
. . . hopes to be a success. 






Richard Davis 

94 Warren Avenue, Plymouth 

"Richard" . . . prizes his diploma . . . 
yeah! ... School's Out! ... reserved 
. . . well-mannered . . . wants to be an 
Electrical Engineer . . . thoughtful . . . 
"a certain Ford" peeves him. 

Senior Show 4; Space Science Club 3; 
Radio Club 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4. 



Susan E.. Davis 

52 Cliff St., Plymouth 

"Sue" . . . ivants to teach . . . but dis- 
likes rising at 6 A.M. . . . undecided 
. . . "or somethin' "... prizes her class 
ring. 

Chess Club 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4. 



Glenn Day 

Plymouth St., Carver 

"Glen" . . . shy, but able . . . period 2, 
CA. makes Glen happy, not breaking 
guitar strings, though . . . content . . . 
"sorry about that" . . . musical . . . 
prizes his guitar . . . college-bound, and 
wants the Buccaneers to make it. 



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Guy Louis Detrani 

65 Standish Avenue, Plymouth 

Nick . . . real cool . . . friendly . . . 
one of the boys . . . "oh no" . . . prizes 
his Falcon and hot shaving . . . Guy is 
Air Force bound . . . don't forget your 
"hat", Guy . . . found with Pung, Rich, 
and the rest of the guys. 

Football 1 ; Intramurals 4. 




Gerard Paul Donelan 

10 Clyfton St., Plymouth 

"Gerry" . . . artistic, talented . . . likes 
those Finast beach parties ... "yeah? 
. . . okay!" . . . about hypocrites!! . . . 
prizes a blue dinosaur . . . qualified to 
paint and make money. 

Student Council 3; Pilgrim Art Staff 
4; Pilgrim Art Co-Editor 4; Jr. Prom 
Decoration Comm. 3; Sr. Prom Decora- 
tion Comm. 4; Sr. Show Publicity 4; 
Graduation Usher 3; Senior Show 4; 
Jr. World Affairs Council 4. 






Arthur L. Doten, Jr. 

12 Towns Street, Plymouth 

Larry's college bound . . . confident . . . 
"Well now" ... a car with gas . . . 
unfriendly girls — keep away . . . per- 
sistent . . . class ring is prized . . . nice. 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1; Junior 
Prom Committee; Volleyball Intramur- 
als 4. 



Paul Dunlap 

Rocky Hill Rd., Plymouth 

"Paul" . . . "cute, fun-loving" 
ivants ... to go on to school . . . "check 
it out" . . . What Paul? Happiness is a 
tank full of gas for that svecial car 
"friendly" . . . Why docs your 
younger sister peeve you so? 



Joseph Dupuis 

Bartlett Road, Manomet 
"Joe" . . . persistent . 
out with the boys . . 
. . . good-time-minded 
getting out of bed . . 
gun". 

Freshman Football. 



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into the Navy 

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Susan Elaine Edwards 

Sandwich Road, Plymouth 

"Dream-ish" ... "Sue" wants to enjoy 
life . . . but also would like to further 
her education ... oh well, "win some, 
lose some" . . . Sincere . . . Sue hates 
exaggerations . . . but Won-.' docs she 
like her suede boots! . . . "good- 
natured". 

Pep Squad 1, 2, 3; Girls Sports Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's Council 1, 2, 3; 
French Club 2, 3; Latin Club 1, 2; 
Bookstore 3, 4; A.F.S. 3; Geological So- 
ciety 1, 2, 3, 4; Pilgrim Staff 1, 4; 
Staff Editor 4; Jr. Prom Committee 3, 
4; Field Hockey 2, 3, 4. 




Elaine E. Erickson 

23 Billington St., Plymouth 

"Radiant" . . . Elaine plans to be an 
executive secretary . . . and ... to be 
happy . . . "Wonderful!" . . . "sweet 
. . . natural" . . . her happiness . . . 
Wayne . . . prizes her charms. 

Homeroom Representative 1: SAS 2, 
3, 4; SAS Secretary 4; A.F.S. 2, 3; 
Dean's Council 2; Spanish Club 3; Jr. 
Prom Committee 3; Sr. Prom Com- 
mittee 4; Senior Show; Senior Statis- 
tics 4; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; In- 
tramurals 2, 4. 



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Stephen Enos 

Russell Mill Rd., Plymouth 



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nonchalant, hardy, adroit ... to be a 
draftsman . . . likes his Chevy and 
period G English, but not 103. 




Alan Louis Ferazzi 

23 Park Rd., Plymouth 

"Al" . . . hates . . . losing basketball 
games . . . wants ... to have his own 
harem . . . honest . . . "If you're lucky" 
. . . find the owner of a lost bikini . . . 
flirtatious . . . friendly . . . with . . . 
that Certain Girl . . . yes . . . Al? 

Basketball 1, 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 
4; Jr. Prom Comm. 3; Senior Show 
Writing Comm. 4; Cross Country 3, 4; 
Dance Comm. 1, 2, 3, 4; Sr. Prom 
Comm. 4. 





Katherine Louise Ferioli 

34 Braunecker Road, Plymouth 

Kathy's going to further her education 
and travel . . . witty, laughing . . . loves 
sleeping, but — ah! those Monday 
mornings! . . . fun-loving . . . prizes 
the "Peanuts" . . . "You're kidding!" 

German Club 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 1, 2, 
3, 4; A.F.S. 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 1, 2; 
Junior Prom 3; Dance Committees 1, 2, 
3, 4; Dean's Council 1, 2; Future 
Teachers 4; Senior Prom 4; Bowling 
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Donna Maria Fernandes 

Purchase St.. Carver 

"Donna" . . . stylish . . . attractive . . . 
prizes . . . "My hope chest" . . . and . . . 
being with Dana . . . dedicated . . . 
"You're out of your tree" . . . peeved 
when . . . "someone" is "late to pick me 
up" . . . plans on marriage and happi- 
ness. 

Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's Council 1, 
2; Girl Sports Club 2, 3, 4; Field Hoc- 
key 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Softball 
2; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Dance Commit- 
tees 1, 2, 3, 4; Pilgrim 4; Book Store 
4; Senior Statistics 4; Office Asst. 4; 
Future Teacher's 4, treasurer 4; Co. 
Curriculum 4; Jr. Prom 3; Pilgrim 
Secretaries 4; Sr. Prom 4; Sr. Con- 
cession 4; Girls' Sports Staff 4; Stu- 
dent Council 4; Math Club 2, 3, 4; 
Spanish Club 3, 4; Graduation Usher 
3; Drama Club 1; Pep Rallys 4: Clar- 
ion 3; Fashion Show 3, 4. 



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Linda Fernandes 

Carver 

"Linda" . . . well dressed . . . wants to 
further her education . . . in that little 
town . . . mention homework . . . she'll 
say . . . "Pll slap your face" . . . but 
love that cat ... pleasant. 

Future Nurses Club 4; Pep Squad 4; 
Senior Show 4; Volleyball Intramurals 
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Betty Fernandez 

6 Caswell Lane, Plymouth 
"Betty" . . . petite, athletic . . . she's a 
future Beautician — and a good one! 
. . . prizes her Glory jacket and swea- 
ter ... "Maintain your coolness!" . . . 
going to Wareham is nice, but not that 
certain person. 

Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 2 
3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2 
3, 4; Sports Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 
1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom 3; Homeroom 
Secretary 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Secretary 1; 
Field Hockey Captain. 



Richard Ferreira 

"Rich" . . . likes his Dodge . . . will 
prize his diploma . . . wants to be an 
electrician . . . helpful . . . happy . . . 
when with a girl he really likes . . . 
"Hello Roby?" 

Senior Show 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Track 2; Trampoline 3, 4. 



Marcia Fillebrown 

Federal Furnace Rd., Plymouth 

"Marcia" . . . will be ... cute . . . as 
an Executive Secretary ... a blonde 
. . . prizes her license . . . a)id sleeping 
... a certain Sr. English teacher pee- 
ves her . . . petite . . . often heard . . . 
"I don't believe it!" 

Dean's Council 1, 2; Dance Committees 
1, 2, 3; Prom Committees 3, 4; A.F.S. 
1, 2, 4; Pep Squad 3, 4; Senior Show 
4. 



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Diana Mary Flynn 

Off Stafford St., Plymouth 

"Diana" . . . intelligent . . . artistic . . . 
friendly . . . hopes to go to college . . . 
says . . . "Phoesteris" . . . Her happi- 
ness is self expression . . . prizes her 
paint brush! . . . pet peeve . . . people 
ivho hate. 

Student Government 1, 2, 3; Basketball 
1, 2; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3; Science 
Club 1; History Club 3; Debate and 
Forensics 2; National Honor Society 3, 
4; A.F.S. 4. 



Thaddeus Michael Fontes 

11 Holmes Terrace, Plymouth 

"Thad" . . . plans on being a teacher 
. . . well-dressed, polite . . . prizes his 
L.T.D. . . . and likes "Parents that 
don't nag" . . . dirty cars peeve him 
. . . "That's >iice". 

Latin Club 3, 4. 











Judith Ann Freeman 

26 Whiting Street, Plymouth 

"Judy" . . . sincere ... to become a 
hermit?? . . . likes . . . 6th period study 
. . . but Monday mornings . . . that's 
different . . . studious . . . quiet . . . 
prizes the cat. 

Bowling 2; Latin Club 2, 3, 4; Chorus 
3, 4. 



Susan Jean Freyermuth 

7 South Spooner Street, Plymouth 

Amicable . . . our "Sue" wants to be a 
nurse . . . "What???" . . . you say down 
with M's gym class? . . . stubborn . . . 
loves to . . . (yawn) sleep (me too) . . . 
prizes her summer tan . . . what's 
that? ... "Von'ish?" ... (mmm, I'll 
say). 

Latin Club 1, 2; Heritage Day Repre- 
sentative 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 4; Jr. 
Prom Usherette 2; Marching Girls 2, 
3, 4; A.F.S. 2, 4; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Dean's Council 3; Vice-Pres- 
ident of Dean's Council 4; Graduation 
Usherette 3; Office Assistant 4; Pil- 
grim Staff 4; Future Nurse's Club 
Secretary 4; Senior Show 4; Dance 
Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Prom 4. 



Carole Lesley Geller 

3 Lothrop Street, Plymouth 

"Carole" . . . talented ... to become 
an a7'tist . . . confident . . . teasing . . . 
"Safety in numbers?" Happiness is 
"Living", especially on weekends . . . 
peeves — our own "Murf the Surf" . . . 
prizes her sight. 

Student Council 1, 2; Marching Girls 2, 
3, 4; Co-leader Marching Girls 4; Pil- 
grim, Co-Art Editor 4; "Lit", Business 
Manager 4; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; "Anne 
Frank" 3: Chorus 1, 2; "Mikado" 2; 
French Club 3; A.F.S. 3, 4; Senior 
Show 4. 



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Margaret Eileen Gholson 

Plymouth St., North Carver 

"Peggy" ... Freddie-minded ... happy 
with "my fella" (F.W.) . . . "You 
Stink!" . . . F.W.' father . . . direct, 
chatty ... Fritz! ... mmm — that class 
ring ! 

Dean's Council 2; Homeroom Represen- 
tative 2, 3; A.F.S. 2, 4; Intramurals 
2, 4; French Club 4; Dance Committees 
1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Prom 3; Sr. Show 4; Sr. 
Prom 4. 





Deborah George Gibbs 

Carver Road, West Wareham 

"Deb" . . . strawberry blo)idish 
conscientious ... sheepish?.' ... 
"Oops" . . . hopes to be a medical secre- 
tary . . . and . . . live happily ever after 
. . . happiness is being busy . . . values 
her memories . . . not Baa-baa? ! 

Mikado 1; Chess Club 1: Dean's Coun- 
cil 1, 2; Latin Club 1, 2, 3; Chorus 
1, 2, 3; A.F.S. 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball In- 
tramurals 2; Dance Committees 1, 2, 
3, 4; Jr. Prom 3; Sr. Prom 4; World 
Affairs Council 4; Student Council 3, 
4; Volleyball 4; Clarion 4; Woman's 
Club Representative 4; Co-editor Sen- 
ior Statistics — Pilgrim 4; Pep Rallvs 
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Gertrude Louise Gill 

2 Chestnut Street, Plymouth 

"Pinky" . . . future hairdresser 
hates inconsiderate boys, but oh that 
Rustle! . . . prizes her engagement 
ring . . . blonde . . . patient . . . "You 
tvouldn't kid mc now, would you?" 

Chorus 1, 2, 4; Bowling Intramurals 1; 
Driver Education 3, 4; Fashion Show 
3, 4; Mikado 1, 2; Exercise Club 4. 



Warren Robert Girard, Jr. 

6 Overlook Road, Plymouth 

"Bobby" . . . fun-loving . . . prizes his 
friends . . . but not that tired "202" 
. . . "Hi, Tiger!" . . . well-known . . . 
to the Group! . . . exec . . . wants to 
be a success. 

Band 1, 2, 3; Student Council 2, 3, 4; 
Latin Club 1, 2; Spanish Club 2, 3; 
Talent Show 3; Intramurals 3, 4; Prom 
Committees 3, 4; Dance Committees 1, 
2, 3, 4; S.A.S. Homeroom Representa- 
tive 1 ; Senior Show 4. 



Phillip Gomes 

Carver Road, Plymouth 

"Fritz" . . . hopes to trai)i in auto body 
work . . . "Don't tell me!" ... he dis- 
likes the thought of an empty case of 
? ... and a dull weekend . . . prizes 
a certain 30(1 Chewy . . . and working 
in the Midnight hour . . . "T.C.B.B. 
M.Q." 






Baseball 1; Intramurals 1, 
Football 1; Weight Lifting 



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Richard Louis Gordon 

197 Standish Avenue, Plymouth 

"Dick" . . . wants ... an easy job with 
high salary . . . "Well, Alright!" . . . 
dislikes . . . getting up in the morning 
. . . prizes his ear . . . job . , . and no 
calisthenics in the morning. 

15r- a week collector 1, 2; Baseball 
1, 2; Intramurals 2, 3, 4. 



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Barbara Ellen Govoni 

28 Prince Street, Plymouth 

"Barb" . . . to attend a Junior College 
. . . calm . . . "You know!" . . . being 
with a certain someone . . . dislikes 
getting up in the morning . . . changed 
. . . prizes her stuffed animals 

Marching Girls 4; Dean's Council 2; 
Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4; S.A.S. Represent- 
ative 2, 3, 4; Pilgrim 2; A.F.S. 2; Sen- 
ior Show 4. 








Darlene Griffin 

RFD 3, Wenhan Road, Carver 

"Darlene" . . . red, happy . ■ . prizes 
. . . my little dog . . . graduating from 
high school ... to be a hairdresser 
. .". umm! ... "Would you believe?" 
. . . pet peeve . . . people who talk about 
other people. 
Pep Squad 1,2; Cafeteria 4. 



Kathleen Ann Griffin 

155 Sandwich Street, Plymouth 

"Kathy" . . . that's close ... to teach 
math . . . happiness is ... no home- 
work . . . dislikes . . . other drivers . . . 
talented, serene, intelligent . . . prizes 
. . . my transistor record player. 

Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Math Club 2, 3, 4; 
Future Teachers 3, 4; Pilqrim 1, 4; 
Curriculum Staff Editor 4; French 
Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; NHS 
Secretary-Treasurer 4; Lab. Assistant 
2; Latin Club 1, 2, 3; Quiz Bowl 1; 
Literary Magazine 1; Drama Club 4; 
Mikado 1 : Senior Show 4. 



Douglas Griswold 

365 Sandwich Street, Plymouth 

"Doug" . . . tall, athletic . . . college is 
for him . . . happiness — no football 
practice . . . "That was funny" . . . 
prizes . . . "my height" . . . Why do 
you blush so Doug?. 

Latin Club 3; German Club 3, 4; Math 
Club 3; Bookstore 3; Boys' State; 
Honor Society 3, 4; Football 1, 3, 4; 
Basketball 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Tennis 
1; Varsity Club 3, 4; Pilgrim 4. 



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Stephen Paul Guidaboni 

47 Spooner Street, Plymouth 

"Steve" . . . prizes . . . his diploma and 
license . . . but . . . school . . . peeves 
him! . . . enjoys . . . playing ice hockey 
. . . on Store Pond . . . in 20. . weather 
. . . plans to make the Navy his career. 

Intramural Archery 1, 2; Intramural 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Soc- 
cer 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Touch Foot- 
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 4. 




Paula Tina Guidetti 

5 Pierce Avenue, Plymouth 

"Teen" . . . flirtacious . . . "Thought 
ya knew that" . . . plans are for a 
Junior College . . . keeps happy by 
looking for someone at Fitchbnrg . . . 
fun-loving . . . dislikes conceited boys 
. . . pixy-ish . . . prizes her clothes. 

Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Senior Show 4; 
Pep Squad 1, 2; Dance Committees 1. 









Linda Guild 

22 Forest Ave. Court, Plymouth 

"Linda" . . . talkative . . . uh! that 
prizes . . . "My class ring" 



blonde 

. . . "How 'bout that?" 

getting up in the morning! 

Typist Pool 4. 



dislikes 



David Hale 

94 Allerton Street, Plymouth 

"Fudge" . . . Yup . . . prizes his inde- 
pendence . . . "What can you do?" . . . 
Quiet . . . happiness is ... O.P.C.W. 
M.W. . . . eh? . . . What, may we ask, 
does that stayid for? . . . Future holds 
travel for our scholar . . . by the way, 
why docs Mr. Mayer peeve you so . . .? 
. . . conservative. 

Basketball 1; Football 3; Track 2, 3, 4; 
Latin Club 3; German Club 3; Math 
Club 3; Bookstore 3; Dance Commit- 
tees 2, 3; Honor Society 3, 4; Intra- 
murals 4; Band 1, 2; Talent Show 3. 



Dale Patrick Hamblin 

158 Va Court Street, Plymouth 

"Dale" . . . Navy life for him . . . se- 
cretive . . . "What can you do?" . . . 
drunken girls peeve him . . . wants 
World Peace . . . pleasant fellow . . . 
prizes his license. 



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Virginia Lee Hathaway 

State Road, Manomet 

Lee . . . sincere . . . ivants to be happily 
married . . . to that certain senior . . . 
gay . . . enjoys long weekends . . . but 
dislikes waiting . . . "Well alright." 

Jr. Prom Committee 3; Sr. Prom Com- 
mittee 4; Fifteen-cent-a-week Collector 
1, 2; Pep Squad 1; Senior Show 4; 
Intramurals 4. 



Richard Hatton 

12 Boutemain Avenue, Plymouth 
"Dick" . . . "Why sure!" . . . he wants 
to go to college or business school . . . 
enjoys ... sleeping ... late!! ... Bos- 
ton Bruins . . . peeve him . . . but . . . 
"I prize my bine jeep!" 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2; Intra- 
murals 1, 2, 3, 4. 









Sandra Henderson 

Billington Sea, Plymouth 

Sandy . . . sporty . . . prizes her hockey 
stick . . . likes playing hockey . . . and 
. . . winning . . . smiling . . . friendly 
... but is peeved by a certain Gym 
teacher . . . "Well, alright." 

A.F.S., Hockey 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 
3, 4; Softball 2, 3, 4; Intramurals, 
Pep Squad, President of Sports Club 4. 



Kathleen Jane Hollis 

Rocky Hill Road, Plymouth 
"Kath" . . . quiet . . . wants to 



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married . . . alu>ays saying, "Are you 
serious?" . . . happiness is being with 
J. R. ... peeved by rainy Mondays . . . 
prizes that certain charm 



Stephen Holmes 

Long- Pond Road, Plymouth 

Steve . . . cheerful . . . reserved . . . 
likes hunting and no school . . . and his 
5U Chevy . . . dislikes long school days. 



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Thomas George Holmes 

Carver Road, Plymouth 

"Tom" . . . wants to make money . . . 
well-liked . . . "So what's new?" . . . 
J.N. . . . easy going . . . people ivho are 
late bother him ... all three lunches 
make him happy. 



Carol Lynn Houston 

7 Plymouth St., North Carver 

"Carol" . . . prizes her friends . . . ath- 
letic . . . "Oh, Ya?" . . . Fred . . . happy 
with High School . . . but not "Ma" . . . 
"You got that right" . . . Harvey. 

Sports Club 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 3, 4. 







Marlene James 

Billington Street, Plymouth 

"Chuckle" . . . wants . . . to get married 
and raise a family ... "I guess" . . . 
happiness . . . coming in late . . . with 
BOTH parents asleep . . . Monday 
mornings . . . oh, no! ... witty, fun- 
loving, dancing . . . prizes . . . that cer- 
tain L.G. 

Dean's Council 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Softball 1, 3, 4; Motto Committees 4; 
Chorus 4; Sports Club 2, 3, 4; Intra- 
murals 1, 2, 3, 4; Sr. Show. 



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Robert Johnson 

Holmes Terrace, Plymouth 



"Muff a" . . . being alive . . . makes him 
happy . . . though . . . Fords . . . peeve 
him, he . . . prizes . . . "My Chevy" . . . 
and loves ... all "306" Chevys . . . 
and he . . . wants to be a photographer! 
. . . "How about that!" 

Clarion Photographer 3, 4. 



Karen Lynne Jones 

16 Olmstead Terrace, Plymouth 
Karen . . . sweet . . . plans on traveling 



in Europe 
Siamese cat, Koko 
"What can I say?" . 
crackers . . . and 
"Jonesy" . . . blonde. 



agreeable . . . prizes her 
and friends . . . 
dislikes knuckle- 
being called 



Dance Committees 2 
vertising Committee 
Staff 4; Secretarial 
Club Representative 
tary Club Representative 4; National 
Honor Society 4; Senior Football Con- 
cession 4; Driver Education 4; Office 
Assistant 4; Senior Show A. 



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Pool 4; Woman's 

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Robert Wayne Kallio 

Tremont Street, South Carver 

"Bob" . . . taciturn . . . plans to con- 
tinue his education . . . sports-minded 
. . . handsome . . . likes . . . his 1062 
Falcon . . . and going to Ernie's after 
basketball games . . . but not . . . get- 
ting up in the morning . . . "Are you 
kidding vie?" . . . Bob? 

Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; 
Football 1; Intramural Football 4; In- 
tramural Volleyball 4. 



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John George Kelley 

River Street, Plymouth 

"Butch" . . . "Newton-boy" . . . Plans 
to leave Plymouth . . . carefree . . . 
good looking . . . "Got a smoke?" . . . 
Happiness is having D.H. . . . one time 
. . . peeves — Al's panic stops . . . 
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William Ketchen 

69 Newfield Street, Plymouth 

"Bill" . . . hopes to attend Trade School 
. . . likes Sunday morning . . . but dis- 
hoyicst girls peeve . . . ick! . . . "That's 
close!" . . . Bill prizes his 1<)00 Ford. 

Chess Club 1; Track 2. 



Kornnikar Kittisobhon 

71 Standish Avenue, Plymouth 

"Connie" . . . new addition to '67 . . . 
a future Social Studies teacher . . . 
"Yes, No" . . . tiny . . . happiness is 
playing basketball and her friend 
"Sirikun" . . . but Connie doesn't like 
hot dogs. 

Student Council 4; A.F.S. 4; Basket- 
ball 4; Volleyball Intramurals 4; Cho- 
rus 4. 



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Lorraine Koblantz 

39 Russell Street, Plymouth 

"Lolly" . . . likable . . . clever . . . 
serene . . . hates being called "Lorry" 
... Bananas? ... No! ... Fun to be 
with . . . hopes for a good future . . . 
plans include graduation . . . from 
college . . . Tennis whiz — that's Loll 
. . . prizes that blue Falcoyi. 

Marching Girls 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 
4; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball - Jr. 
Varsity 2; Sports Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Bowl- 
ing 2; German Club 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 
1, 2; Pep Squad 1, 2; Badminton In- 
tramurals 1, 2, 3; Tennis Intramurals 
2. 



SCHOOL . CLASS OF 1967 







Arthur Henry Lamb 

43 Royal Street, Plymouth 

Artie . . . "Get outa here" , . . quiet 
. . . fun . . . quiet . . . wants to be a 
draftsman . . . likes pay days . . . has 
trouble with study halls . . . Artie's 
found anywhere in his jeep. 

Chess Club 1; Track 2, 3, 4; Intra- 
murals 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Donald Koons 

RFD 2, Buzzards Bay 

"Don" . . . fun-loving . . . easy going 
. . . prizes . . . my guitar . . . he's 
headed for the Navy, so . . . watch out 
sailors! . . . people that don't use Ban 
... oh no! ... happiness is . . . trade 
school . . . "Let me up!" 




Dale Lane 

19 Alvin Road, Plymouth 

"Dale" . . . dedicated . . . happy with 
. . . "My Girl" . . . and prizes . . . My 
guns ... ambitious ... heard saying: 
"That's Peachy!" . . . dislikes . . . domi- 
nant teachers . . . hopes to be happy. 

Baseball 1, 2; Cross Country 3, 4; 
Track 3, 4; Student Coucnil 3, 4; Pres- 
ident Student Council 4; Pilgrim 4; 
Senior Show 4; A.F.S. 3; National Ho- 
nor Society 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Lit. 
4. 




Christine A. Lafayette 

54 Standish Avenue, Plymouth 

"/ guess!" . . . "Chris" . . . wants to be 
a nurse . . . happy . . . dislikes . . . 
moody people . . . ?wt . . . "His" keys, 
though . . . likable . . . by whom Chris? 

Dean's Council 1, 2, 3; Pep Squad 1, 
2, 3; Prom Committee 3; Latin Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 1; Office As- 
sistant 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Bowling 
2; Future Teachers Club 3: Future 
Nurses Club 4. 




Glen Lawrence 

32 Cordage Terrace, Plymouth 

"Gleep" . . . dependable . . . at becom- 
ing a business tycoon . . . friendly — 
except with people who are irresponsi- 
ble ... "Come off it!" ... there must 
be some place to go! ... nouchalant . . . 
about those fond memories of being 
with the guys and girls. 

Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Heritage Day 1; 
Cross Country 3; Football 1; Leader 
Corps 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Treasurer 2; In- 
tramurals 3, 4; Varsity Club 3. 4. 



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Lawrence Winsor Leach, Jr. 

"Larry" . . . with red hair . . . doesn't 
need . . . The Great Hairpin Turn . . . 
"Whadya' hear Baby?" . . . desires . . . 
to be a bachelor ... So! ... everyone 
likes him . . . W. B.'s in Australia . . . 
a Metro G.T. and Scrambler. 

Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4: 
Junior Prom 3; Senior Prom 4; Dance 
Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers 
3, 4; Library Aid 4. 




James William Leland 

32 Bay View Avenue, Plymouth 

"Jay" . . . Prizes ... a certain blonde 
. . . but . . . those costly phone bills 
. . . "Phew!" . . . tall . . . suave . . . 
plans college . . . and . , . his happiness 
is finishing college . . . talented. 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1; Drama 
Club 1, 2, 3; Junior Prom 3; Intramu- 
rals 4. 





Zoe Marie Lewis 

Beaver Dam Road, Manomet 

"Talkative" . . . "Zoe's" ambition is to 
be an executive secretary . . . hates to 
be kept ivaiting . . . "sunny" . . . A.T. 
keeps her happy . . . we know . . . "he's 
soo nice," . . . huh Zoe? 

Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Sport's Club 2, 
3, 4; Homeroom Representative 1, 2, 3, 
4; Pilgrim Staff 4; Graduation Usher 
3 ; Heritage Day 1 ; Prom Committee 
3, 4; Senior Show 4; Bookstore 2, 3, 4; 
Dean's Council 1, 2. 



Carol Lynch 

State Road, Manomet 

"Poopsie" . . . hopes to be an airline 
Stewardess and . . . enter marriage . . . 
"Would you believe?" . . . Tom . . . 
keeps her happy . . . but B.C. peeves 
her . . . Carol prizes . . . "His" ring. 

Volleyball. 



John MacKenzie 

26 Vernon Street, Plymouth 
"John" . . . amiable . . . the Navy's for 



jovial, 



him ... but ivork-oh 
and with RED hair! ... no homework 
on weekends . . . that's happiness . . . 
and . . . his paycheck . . . "Get 'em!" 

Chess Club 1; Intramurals 3. 



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Karen Lee MacLean 

194 Water Street, Plymouth 

"Sandflea" . . . wants to live ... to be 
1000 . . . comical . . . "people who can't 
pronounce my name right" . . . peeve 
her supple . . . pert . . . and she prizes 
. . . "Little Mac". 

Asst. Librarian 1, 2; Pep Squad 1, 2, 3 
Dean's Council 1, 2; Volleyball 2, 3, 4 
Jr. Prom Committee 3; Senior Show 4 
Senior Motto Committee 4. 







Joyce Lynne Maki 

Wenham Street, Carver 
R.F.D. 3, Plymouth 

Joyce ... friendly ... to go to I.B.M. 
or hair dressing school . . . boisterous 
. . . "I beg your pardon!" . . . Bobby's 
coming home letters . . . hates those 
plans that fail . . . but all that counts 
is R. S.'s presence and "my ring." 

Dean's Council 1, 2; Pep Squad 1, 2, 
3; Jr. Dance Committee 3; Jr. Prom 
3; Senior Show 4; Chairman of Motto 
Committee 4; Typing- Pool 4; Office 
Assistant 4; Volleyball Intramurals 4; 
N.H.S. Usher 2. 





David Vincent Malaguii 

110 Sandwich Street, Plymouth 

"David" . . . good natured . . . happy 
. . . when there's no school . . . sweet 
. . . he values his driver's license when 
he's not driving Fords! . . . this future 
serviceman says, "Slow down and 
LIVE! 




Nancy Joyce Malaguti 

14 Spooner Street, Plymouth 

"Nance" . . . refreshing . . . genuine 
. . . wants to stay happy . . . going 

to New York . . . umm! . . . "That's 

nasty!" . . . but oh no ... another 

Monday morning! . . . prizes her 

friends . . . and meynories of the Class 
of '67. 

Department Secretary 4; Pilgrim 4; 
Senior Show 4; Junior Prom 3; Pep 
Squad 2, 3; Office Assistant 4; Dance 
Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. 




Roger Alan Malaguti 

229 Standish Avenue, Plymouth 

Sharky . . . aloof . . . friendly . . . Air 
Force bound ... or ... maybe school 
. . . likes fourth period gym . . . prizes 
his '58 Chevy . . . likes most anyone 
. . . but getting up early . . . watchout! 
Roger's found most anywhere 
where his buddies arc. 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4: 
Leader Corps 1. 



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Jane Elizabeth Marten 

Nook Road, Plymouth 

Janie . . . hide-pendent . . . solitary . . 
enjoys painting . . . Picasso?! Hopes 
to repaint the Sistine Chapel . . . dille- 
tante . . . dabbler . . . not a mandolin 
. . . Jane says "Ban the Bomb" . . 
and . . . oh those right wing extremists 

Bowling League 2; Geology Club 3. 
Sophomores Speak 2; Chess Club 4; 
Art Club 4. 



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Edwina Dorothy Martin 

Wareham Street, South Carver 

"Eddy" . . . wants ... to be successful 
. . . calm . . . but doesn't like to be kept 
waiting . . . friendly . . . with Charlie 
. . . reliable ... "/ dunno!" . . . can be 
found with . . . C.J. ... in ... "My 
Jacket." 

Dean Council 2; Spanish Club 3; Fu- 
ture Teachers Club 3; Talent Show 3; 
Jr. Prom 3; Intramurals 3, 4; Honor 
Society 4; Pilgrim 4; Senior Show 4. 







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Paul Allen Matinzi 

68 Summer Street, Plymouth 

Forest Ranger . . . "Toose" . . . likes 
1'lue Grass music . . . no wonder . . . 
prizes his five string banjo . . . Master 
of Strings . . . "Say Mr. Man" . . . 
versatile . . . Pete Nickerson peeves 
him. 

Basketball 1, 2; Talent Show, Mana- 
ger 3, 4. 



Michael Joseph May 

48 Castle Street, Plymouth 

"Mick" . . . talented . . . plans include 
a musical career ... or is he a future 
draftsman? ... or both? . . . "Got me!" 
. . . mod . . . happiness is ... the suc- 
cess of the Buccaneers . . . sweet . . . 
prizes his Bass guitar . . . hates get- 
ting up early. 

Cross Country 2; Track 2. 



Donald Charles McLean 

Sandwich Road, Plymouth 

"Donnie" . . . athletic . . . plans on suc- 
cess in college and Phys. Ed. . . . happi- 
ness is those practices on Monday 
and Friday . . . but not Tuesday, Wed- 

prizes . . . 
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nesday, and Thursday?! 
powered by junk 



Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; 
Pilgrim Sports Staff 2, 3, 4; Spanish 
Club 3, 4; Band 1, 2. 



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SCHOOL . CLASS OF 1967 




Kathleen Mello 

15 Clyfton Street, Plymouth 

Kathy ... "is that right?" ... likes 
sleeping late . . . her license . . . and 
the V.W. . . . always laughing . . . but 
not at Eddie . . . Executives beware of 
this future secretary. 

Secretarial Pool 4; Clarion Advertis- 
ing Staff 4; Clarion Typing Staff 4; 
World Affairs 4. 




Stephen Marshall Minsky 

33 Union Street, Plymouth 

"Steve" . . . well mannered . . . thrifty 
. . . well-dressed . . . says "Check it 
out!" . . . hopes to graduate from col- 
lege . . . Boston watch out! . . . Steve's 
happiness is ... the weekend . . . but 
when it get's flat!! ... — beware! 
. . . prized possession . . . that tennis 
trophy. 

Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; 
Intramurals Boys Sport Staff (Pil- 
grim) 1, 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 1, 2; Span- 
ish Club 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity 
Club 3, 4; World Affairs Club 4. 




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Ruth Moore 

5 Winter Street, Plymouth 

"Ruth" . . . quiet and sincere . . . wants 
to go to college . . . "You know what 
I mean?" ... dislikes early mornings, 
but she's waiting for that airmail let- 
ter . . . prizes her family. 

Dean's Council 2; Orchestra 2, 4; 
Nurse's Club 3; Counter Girl 4; Book- 
mobile 3. 



Harold Edward Morey 

Federal Furnace Road, Plymouth 

"Harold" . . . wants ... to retire . 

at 25? ... dislikes Chevy lovers . 

but not . . . my beard . . . tall . 
"You ain't built right!" 



Linda Ann Motta 

3 Ocean View Avenue, Plymouth 

"Linda" . . . friendly . . . wants to be 
an airline steivardess . . . "well" . . . 
hates ... being teased ... by Dave? 
... prizes ... certain onyx jewelry 
. . . why, Lin? 

Typist Pool 4; BowliiiK' 2; Pilgrim 
Typing Staff 4; Pep Squad 2, I). 4: 
Badminton 2; Senior Show 4. 



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Robert Muir 

R.F.D. 2, Buzzards Bay 

"Bob" . . . Anyone for a Chevie, no, 
Bob's a "Ford" man . . . with his mind 
on that special '6k ... quiet ... a 
future in electronics . . . pleasant . . . 
watch out! ... he prizes those mags 
. . . hands off 'em. 

Basketball 2. 



Kathleen Ann Murphy 

Whiting Lane, Plymouth 

"Kathy" . . . imaginative ■ . . wants to 
be happy with F.N.S. — that "66" 
grad . . . straight-forivard, pixie-ish 
. . . pet peeve — the U. S. Army . . . 
"Oh, really?!" 

Typist Pool 4; Pilgrim Typing Staff 
4; Senior Show 4; Pep Squad 1. 







Wayne Neal 

2 Suosso Lane, Plymouth 

"Crash" . . . ambitious? . plans to 
go ... far in the world . . . "Cho Ch«" 
. . . likes . . . pay day . . . but ... Oh! 
. . . not those motorcycles! 

Football 1 ; Intramurals 4. 



Cynthia Nickerson 

River Street, Plymouth 

"Cindy" . . . hopes to be a cost ac- 
countant ... "I don't believe it!" . . . 
friendly . . . likes a guy named J.T. 
... but is peeved by putting gas in 
a certain mustang . . . happiness . . . 
eating at a certain Chinese restaurant. 

Sports Club 3, 4; Senior Show Com- 
mittee 1-6; 4. Volleyball Intramurals 
4; Secretarial Pool 4. 



Janet Nickerson 

200 Summer Street, Plymouth 

"Janet" . . . quiet ... a future hair- 
dresser . . . happy with Tommy Hol- 
mes . . . not with his cars . . . unpre- 
tentious, dependable . . . values . . . 
"You know!" . . . that charm bracelet! 

Senior Prom 4; Senior Show 4; Pil- 
grim 4. 



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Peter Francis Nickerson 

South Meadow Road, Plymouth 

"Pete" . . . plans include the Air Force 
. . . "hard working" . . . happiness . . . 
graduating . . . but his pet peeve . . . 
Mrs. Krensky ... "huh??" ... prizes 
his double barrel shotgun. 



Peter Andrew Niemi 

Sandwich Road, Plymouth 

"Pierre" . . . Qu'est-ce qui ce passe?! 

letters . . . from Fribourg 
keep him happy . . . dislikes . . . 7:00 
A.M. and skid talking . . . prizes . . . 
Supremes' and Francoise Hardy al- 
bums . . . thoughtful, likeable. 

National Honor Society 3, Vice-Presi- 
dent 4; Pilgrim 1, 2, 3, Co-Editor- 
in-Chief 4; Clarion 1, 2, Feature's Ed- 
itor 3; "Lit" Magazine 1, 2; Latin 
Club 1, 2, 3; French Club 2, 3, 4; Math 
Club 1, 2; Quiz Bowl 1, 2; Laboratory 
Assistant 1, 2, 3; Youth Citizenship 
Conference 3; Future Teachers' Club 
3, President 4; Chorus 3; Drama Club 
1, Pygynalion 2, Student Director 3, 4; 
Heritage Day Representative ;1 NEDT 
Recepient; AFS 2, 3; Dance Committee 
1, 2, 3, 4; Prom 3. 






Eileen Ann Nitzgen 

Center Hill Road, RFD 2, 
Buzzards Bay 



. . . "Cecil" ... is ... effi- 
peeved by — 'missing stu- 
prizes her license . . . happy 

. . . a '58 Ford . . . "Oh, cut 



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dents' . . 
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it out!" 

AFS 2; Office Assistant 2, 3, 4; Li- 
brary Assistant 1 ; Guidance Assistant 
2; Dean's Council 2; Drama Club 2. 



Kurt Oehme 

"Kurt" . . . prizes . . . "My Bankbook" 
. . . hopes to buy a Ford . . . will be 
happy . . . on "My 21st birthday" . . . 
dislikes The Sink . . . "One Time!" 
Work Study. 



Peter Olson 

State Road, Manomet 
"Soapy" . . . our very own class flirt 
. . . devilish . . . popular . . . hopes to 
make money . . . hates owing it to D.D. 
. . . prizes his friends and his mother 
... says "I would if yon let me!" ... 
not golf! . . . happiness is . . . that 
certain girl in Somerville! 

Golf 1, 2, 3, 4. 



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John Charles Pacheco 

30 Allerton Street, Plymouth 

"Chuck" . . . "I'm impressed" . . . look- 
ing toward June 1971 . . . industrious 
. . . prizes his books by Gibran . . . 
bloomin' . . . cheers for closing day of 
Mayflower II . . . but anything mathe- 
matical . . . no! 

National Honor Society 4; Drama Club 
1, 2, President 3, 4; "Anne Frank" 3; 
"Pygmalion" 2; Student Council 1; 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Drum Major 1, 2, 3, 
4; Pilgrim 1, 2, 3, Co-Editor in-Chief 
4; Latin Club 1, 2, Comitia 3; French 
Club 2, 3, 4; Lit Magazine 1, Soph. 
Ed. 2; Clarion 2; Quiz Bowl 1, 2; AFS 
3; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Youth 
Citizenship Conference 3; NEDT 
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Steve Palavanchi 

Plymouth Rock Terrace, Plymouth 

"Steve" . . . headed for the service . . . 
and marriage . . . yes? . . . happy with 
R.M. . . . prizes . . . his license . . . but 
that certain girl! . . . peeves him . . . 
"That's close." 



PLYMOUTH-CARVER HIGH 



Judith Ann Pacheco 

7 Overlook Terrace, Plymouth 

"Judy" . . . amiable, subdued . . . prizes 
her electric typewriter ... a secretary 
in Boston . . . that's far Judy . . . not 
Judith .... sleeping late ... c'est la 
vie! 

Marching Girls 2, 3, 4: Pep Squad 1; 
Dean's Council 1, 2; Editor Typing — 
Pilgrim 4; Pilgrim 2, 3; Senior Show 
4; Senior Prom 4; S.A.S. Homeroom 
Representative 3; Homeroom Class 
Dues Collector 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretarial 
Pool 4. 




Gerald Francis Parent 

Center Street, Carver 

"Hey -Batman!" . . . "Did ya hear?" 
... an Aero Technician in Carver . . . 
that's Jerry . . . "functioning" . . . dis- 
likes work . . . but is happy living in 
Carver . . . whow! . . . does Jerry prize 
that Bog Buggy! . . . "spirited" . 

Freshman Football 1 ; Freshman Base- 
ball 2; Freshman Track 1; Intrnmurals 
2, 3, 4; Senior Dance Committee 4; 
Senior Show 4. 





Alan G. Paulding 

Eda Avenue, South Carver 

"Chip" . . . witty . . . vjants his "name" 
under his picture . . . "Oh, no!" . . . 
likes . . . getting out of fifth period 
. . . prizes his license . . . pet peeve . . . 
taking all three lunches and getting 
away with it. 

Baseball 1, 2; Intramurals 3, 4. 



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Nancy Marie Pedrini 

113 Standish Avenue, Plymouth 

"/ don't wanna hear it!" . . . "Nance" 
a social worker! . . . "congenial" . . . 
loves to have a good time . . . (hmmm) 
. . . that why yon hate to go to bed 
at night and get up in the morn? ... 
"exuberant" . . . prizes her true 
friends . . . "smiling". 

National Honor Society 4; 15e-a-week 
Collector 1; Leader Corps 2, 3, Chair- 
man 4; S.A.S. Homeroom Delegate 1, 
2; Quiz Bowl 1, 2; Latin Club 1; 
Marching Girls 2, 3, Co-leader 4; A.F. 
S. 2, 3, 4; Pilgrim 2, 3, 4; Bookstore 
Assistant Manager 3, Manager 4; 
Prom Committees 3, 4; Senior Show 4; 
Intramurals 3, 4; Graduation Usher 3; 
Dance Committees 3; Pep Squad 2, 3. 



Candida Kosa Perez Gonzalez 

Halfway Pond, Plymouth 

"Candy" . . . prizes "My Spanish lan- 
guage" . . . Puerto Rico . . . makes her 
happy . . . bound for college . . . dis- 
likes . . . having her name hyphonated. 

Library Aid 4; Honor Society 3, 4. 






Manuel Perry, Jr. 

72 South Street, Plymouth 

"Tweet" . . . good-looking . . . "Thought 
ya knew that" . . . (smile) . . . always 
fixing . . . his '32 Coupe that is . . . 
Prizes his '32 Coupe . . . pet peeve 
Coupe ■ . . happiness is . . . 



Coupe . . . confused, eh? 
Tweet! . . . prankish . . . 
that special girl 
friendly. 

Track 2, 3, 4; Football 1; 
Junior Prom Committees 



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Thomas Peterson 

79 Spooner Street, Plymouth 

"Tommy" . . . wants to be a Mechanical 
Engineer . . . studious . . . "Fords go, 
but V.W.'s are O.K." . . . obliging . . . 
definitely not a chevy man . . . happy 
with a full tank of gas on any summer 
day . . . prizes his car. 



Golf Team 3, 4 
Club 4. 



Intramurals 4; Chess 



Linda Amelia Petrell 

57 Warren Avenue, Plymouth 

"Linda" . . . wide-eyed, flirtatious . . . 
happiness ... to be with R.A.P., but 
those fights! . . . "Forget it!" . . . pri- 
zes . . . my telephone and . . . a certain 
'60 Class Ring. 

Typist Pool 4; Senior Show 4. 



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Paul Petrof 

108 Standish Avenue, Plymouth 

"Moose" . . . definitely not "Gorilla" 
. . . considerate ■ ■ ■ sports minded . . . 
to join the Bulgarian army . . . prizes 
his U toes . . . "I'm gonna kill you 
Lane!" 

Football 1, 3, 4; Track 2, 4. 



PLYMOUTH-CARVER HIGH 



Paul Pierson 

White Horse Road, Manomet 

"Teddy" . . . friendly . . . vahies his 
keys to a 390 Ford ... Oh ... to 
drive a Ford is really happiness . . . 
dependable and pleasant . . . wants . . . 
to be happy . . . Teddy . . . Why do 
Chevies peeve you so? ... "You'll get 
over it." 

Varsity Football 1, 2. 







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Alan Pimental 

30 South Street, Plymouth 
. . . wants to be a draftsman 



prizes . . . his weights and magazines 
. . . but dislikes . . . "Mother's 3rd de- 
gree!" . . . "All right" . . . Money . . . 
makes him happy! 



Paulette Carole Pimental 

Seven Hills Road, Plymouth 

Paulette . . . "petite" . . . prizes her 
friendship ring . . . plans to further 
her education . . . and ... be happy 
. . . "you know that!" . . . pet peeve 
. . . unpredictable moods! . . . Happi- 
ness is . . . being with S.R.T. . . . but 
. . . oh, those fights! 

Class Secretary 2; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; 
Girls Sports Club 2, 3, 4; Leader Corps 
3, 4; Dance Committees 3, 4; Future 
Nurses 2, 3; Latin Club 1, 2; Co-Cap- 
tain Cheerleaders 4; Senior Show 4; 
Heritage Day 1. 



Linda Lin Pina 

Braley Lane, Plymouth 

"Linda" . . . friendly, laughing 
prizes her nieces and nephews ... to 
travel west and being in the gym . . . 
that's happiness for Linda . . . "Don't 
ask me for any favors either" . . . es- 
pecially dainty people! 

Dean's Council 2; Sports Club 1, 2, 3, 
4; Pep Squad 1, 2, 4; Basketball 3, 4; 
Hockey 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3, 4; A.F.S. 
4; Fashion Show 3, 4; Intramurals 3; 
Bookstore 4. 



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SCHOOL . CLASS OF 1967 




Mary May Pina 

2 Braley Lane, Plymouth 

"May" . . . future L.P.N. . . . doesn't 
like staying home . . . prizes her dog 
unpredictable . . . "Leave him 
alone, he's not bothering you!" ... 
who? 

Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4 
Field Hockey 3; Fashion Show 3, 4 
Intramurals 3, 4; Junior Volunteer 3 
A.F.S. 4; Pep Squad 1, 2, 3; Sports 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Bookstore Assistant 4 




Wayne Miranda Pinto 

20 Chilton Street, Plymouth 

"Wayne" . . . built ... to go to college 
. . . sportsminded . . . but still enjoys 
no practice . . . always found smiling 
. . . except when fighting with that 
certain sophomore girl ! . . . Wayne, 
"Get off the road!" . . . with thai '57 
Volkswagen. 

Football 1, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Baseball 1. 2, 3, 4; Pilgrim 4, Varsitv 
Club 3, 4. 



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Barbara Poirier 

Seven Hills Road, Plymouth 

"Barbara" . . . congenial . . . flighty 
. . . mischievous . . . "What's it to ya?" 
. . . says happiness is ... the end of 
the school day! . . . and oh that certain 
Dean of Girls! . . . Barb hopes to be 
happy . . . prizes her class ring. 

Pep Squad 1, 4; Intramurals 4; Fas- 
hion Show 3. 



Randall Post 

30 Standish Avenue, Plymouth 

"Randy" . . . quiet? . . . prizes his 
clothes . . . well dressed . . . "What" 

. . . dislikes "superfluous . . . interro- 
gation" . . . wants to be an architect 

. . . handsome ! 

Football 1, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Kathleen Marie Pratt 

Off Oak Street, Plymouth 

Kathy ... no not Rat! a future nurse 
... "well I'll be!" ... Artistic ... 
Talented . . . Friendly . . . but oh those 
Monday mornings! . . . happiness is . . . 
waiting for those certain phone calls 
. . . from a certain P.G. 

Sports Club 3, 4; Softball 3; Senior 
Show Writing Committee 4; Senior 
Gown Committee 4; 15c a-week collec- 
tor 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 4; Senior Show 
4; Women Club Representative 4; Fas- 
hion Show 3; Yearbook Collector 4. 



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Everett Pretti 

93 Forest Avenue Extension 
Plymouth 

"Ev" . . . wants to be a Marine . . . 
easy-going . . . likes to go places and 
do things . . . "You're lucky you're my 
friend" . . . casual . . . pet peeve? . . . 
quiet . . . prizes his license 

Sports 2, 3, 4; Football; Sports Club 
4; Intramurals 4; Track 4. 




Henry George Prussman 

233 Sandwich Street, Plymouth 
Henry . . . wants to be a chemist . . . 
"no lie" ... but ... Physics is on the 
outs . . . prizes his Roy Orbison albums 
. . . intelligent . . . reserved . . . real 
cool . . . that's Henry! . . . says he dis- 
likes school but don't let him fool ya! 
. . . found?? 

Quiz Bov/i 1, 2; Weight Training 3, 4: 
Chess Club 1, 4. 



PLYMOUTH-CARVER HIGH 



William Edward Price 

14 Russell Avenue, Plymouth 

"Bill" ... a thinker . . . wants to be- 
come a college graduate — and like it 
. . . sporty . . . happiness is B.S.A.'s 
and M.G.'s . . . peeved by most teachers 
and preachers . . . prizes his Rolling 
Stones albums. 

Band 1, 2; Orchestra 3; Golf 2; In- 
tramurals 4. 




Herbert Warner Prussman 

233 Sandwich Street, Plymouth 

"Skippy" . . . "Dot-ed" . . . wants to 
go on to school . . . carefree . . . "No 
lie" . . . finally making it ... peeved 
by Mr. Baden . . . independent . . . 
prizes his '1*8 Plymouth Sports Fury. 




Steve James Radcliffe 

28 Newfield Street, Plymouth 

Rat . . . friendly . . . Oh, those week- 
ends? . . . "Say boy!" . . . cooperative 
. . . especially on the golf course . . . 
Look out world . . . Steve's headed for 
college . . . It peeves him when there's 
nothing to do ... cheer up, better 
times ahead. 

Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4: Var- 
sity Club 3, 4. 



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Ronald Bruce Randall 

20% Nelson Street, Plymouth 

"Ran - dell" . . . plcms to succeed 
without trying . . . well-dressed . . . 
How's it feel to have a full tank of 
gas? . . . good-looking . . . dislikes those 
nights at home . . . rather be with 
"Magruder" and company. 

Band 1, 2, 3; Intramurals 3, 4; Latin 
Club 1, 2. 




Robert Rapoza 

RFD 3, Samoset Street, 
Plymouth 

"Rob" . . . "Is that right?" . . . plans 
to make a million . . . take long trips 
. . . in his '61 ... Ford? . . . dislikes 
. . . conceited people . . . unpretentious 

Track 2; Football 3. 






Gary Raymond 

Long Pond Road, Plymouth 

"Gary" . . . hopes . . . to succeed in life 
. . . but ... is peeved when . . . "My 
car don't go . . . "What?" . . . he prizes 
his car keys . . . and being with that 
certain girl. 

Volleyball 4; Work Study Program. 



Morton Raymond 

Long Pond Road, Plymouth 

"Morton" . . . desirous ... of being 
rich . . . dislikes staying in school un- 
til 2:30 ... "Let's get out of here!" 
. . . prizes his license . . . and going 

. . . out! 



Marion C. Reggiani 

Clifford Road, Plymouth 

Tink . . . beautiful eyes . . . fashionable 
. . . "Shu-ah" . . . that certain Marine 
— umm! . . . prizes her diamond . . . 
the Marines — No! 

Senior Show 4; Fifteen-cent-a-week 
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Patricia Mantina Rettig 

86 Abington Avenue, 
White Horse Beach 

Pat . . . ooh . . . those earrings . . . 
plans to work . . . and ... be happy 
with a job . . . "What's the malfunc- 
tion?" ... people u-ho complain about 
her earrings . . . peeve her. 

Pilgrim 2, 3, 4; Cashier 3, 4; Football 
Concession 4; Basketball Concession 3; 
Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior 
Show 4; Pep Squad 1, 2, 3; S.A.S. 
Homeroom Representative 2; Gradua- 
tion Usher 3; Deans Council 2; Typing- 
Pool 4; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Cashier. 



PLYMOUTH-CARVER HIGH 



Lynn Jay Reynolds 

341 Court Street, Plymouth 

"Lynn" . . . well dressed, fun loving 
. . . watch out, here she comes! . . . 
in that "Rover!" . . . Hopes to gradu- 
ate from college and travel . . . "Ya 
know" . . . she hates to be kept waiting 
. . . Parlez vous Francais, Virginia? 

French Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 1, 2; 
Intramurals 1, 2; Archery 2; Future 
Teacher's Club 4; Bowling 1, 2; Senior 
Show 4. 







Paul Allen Rezendes 

128 Standish Avenue, Plymouth 

Paul . . . "flirty" . . . "P.I." (What is 
if this iveek, Paul?) . . . future com- 
mercial driver for U.S.I. . . . "prank- 
ish" . . . "I'll drink to that." . . . happi- 
ness is . . . Australia . . . dislikes . . . 
the morning after . . . prizes his diving 
gear. 

Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2; Clar- 
ion 3; Boys Sports Staff 2, 4; Prom 
Committees 3, 4; Senior Show 4; 
A.F.S. 4. 



Mary Margaret Rittall 

Beaver Dam Road, Plymouth 

"Mary" . . . beautiful blue eyes . . . 
pleasant . . . soft spoken . . ■ not Gel- 
lars! . . . ten chocolate chip cones, 
please ... "What can I say?" ... her 
happiness is CARBS; but oh those 
stubborn elephants . . . Mary prizes . . . 
her watch. 

Dean's Council 2; Senior Show 4; 
Graduation Usher 3; Intramurals 4. 



Jean Roberts 

Federal Furnace Road, Plymouth 

"Twitchie" . . . more school for this gal 
. . . weekends away from Plymouth 
keep her happy . . . lightheartcd . . . 
but Jane Wirtzburgcr . . . "It's been 
real" . . . prizes the friendships of 
P.P. . . . quiet. 

Pep Squad 1. 



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Kathleen Ann Roberts 

Holmes Street, Carver 



to attend IBM 

. . sincere . . . 
. . . and . . . 
? ? ? 
oh! '. '. '. 



"Kath" . . . willing 
School . . . and travel . . 
likes being with A. CD. 
a special locket from 
"Would you believe it?" 
that gym teacher! 

Latin Club 2, 3; French Club 2, 3; In- 
tramurals 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; 
AFS 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; 
Senior Prom Committee 4 ; Senior 
Show 4; Dance Committee 4; Exercise 
Club 4; Senior Motto Committee 4. 




Arthur Roderifjues 

58 Nicks Rock Road, Plymouth 

"Pung" . . . Good looking, easy going 
. . . shy? . . . Says "Ya sure!" . . . 
Hopes to enter a technical school or the 
service . . . hates working ... on Fri- 
day nights? . . . Happiness . . . getting 
that car out of the A.D. . . . prizes 
that one certain person. 

Baseball 1, 2; Football 1; Intramurals 
4. 




Edward Roncarati 

367 Court Street, Plymouth 

"Eddie" . . . hopes to live in Florida 
. . . "friendly" . . . prizes his baby 
brother ... pet peeve ... Ann ... 
fun-loving . . . happiness . . . sleeping 
late mornings. 




Gerald Rose 

46 Mayflower Street, Plymouth 

"Jerry" . . . sportsmindcd . . . ambition 
... to win the Tech . . . well-known 
. . . friendly . . . "Show me what you 
knoxv" . . . happiness is . . . stuffing 
a basketball ... prizes ... his basket- 
ball. 

Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 4; 
Sports Club 2, 3, 4. 




Sheila Ryan 

14 Vernon Street, Plymouth 

"She" . . . original . . . adventurous . . . 
hopes to further her education . . . but 
oh! getting up in the morning ... fun 
loving . . . "whoa!" . . . did someone 
mention dancing? . . . prizes those 
memories? ! (not the Blue Comet, She!) 

Student Council Representative 1 ; Stu- 
dent Council 2; Tennis 2, 3; Field 
Hockey 3, 4; Sports Club 3, 4; Pep 
Squad 2, 3; Pilgrim Staff 3, 4; Senior 
Statistics 4; Junior Prom Committee; 
Dance Committees 1, 2. 3. 4; 15c-a- 
week collector 1. 



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46 Mayflower Street, Plymouth 



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talki)ig . . . prizes her 

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plans to join the Air 



impulsive 
ing . . . and 
friendships . . 
happiness is . 
forward . . . 
Force. 

Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Fashion Show 3, 
4; Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Pilgrim Staff 
2; Typist Pool 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; 
Prom Committee 3, 4. 




PLYMOUTH-CARVER HIGH 



Wilma Marguerite Rougeau 

176 Summer Street. Plymouth 

"Wilma" . . . sprite . . . "Really" ... ? 
. . . always busy . . . wants to be a his- 
tory teacher ... Ah ... to grow six 
more inches, would be true happiness 
. . . Ugh! ... all those ... t ... a ... 
/ ... / ... people looking down . . . 
Prizes her dog, His name? DOG!? 

Latin Club 3, 4; Future Teachers Club 
4; Pep Squad 2, 4; Football Conces- 
sions 4; Drama Club 4; Volleyball In- 
tramurals 4; Junior World Affairs 
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Lucille Jane Ruggiero 

34 Margarie Street, Plymouth 

"Lucille" . . . slim . . . slow drivers . . . 
"Get me!" . . . prizes her license . . . 
and likes . . . going out nights . . . 
plans on attending IBM School. 

Typist Pool 4; Intramurals 1, 2; Office 

Assistant 4; Senior Show. 



Linda Mae Ruprecht 

RFD 3 Wenham Street, Plymouth 

Linda . . . dramatic . . . chatty . . . 
active . . . hopes to become an actress 
. . . Happiness is ... Sandy . . . hates 
being hurt . . . prizes the owner of . . . 
a cert a in egg ? 

Pep Squad 1, 2; Chorus 3, 4; Drama 
Club 3, 4; Junior Prom 3; Senior Show 
4. 



Christine Margaret Russell 

394 Sandwich Street, Plymouth 

"Chris" . . . wants to go to college . . . 
Oh, that gym teacher, eh Chris . . . 
"You're awful, just awful" . . . likes 
being alive . . . individualistic . . . umm 
. . . those contacts are great . . . quiet. 



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Diane Salgado 

7 Cotton Street, Plymouth 

Elfin . . . peppy . . . cheerful . . . Set 
'em Shrimp! . . . nice things in small 
packages? . . . hopes to be successful 
in life . . . ivhat a field hockey player! 
. . . prized possession . . . her class ring 
. . . not tall people, Di! . . . happiness 
is ... going out nights! 

Vs. Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Typist Pool 
4; Senior Show 4; Sports Club 2, 3, 4. 




Clifford Edward Sampson, Jr. 

16 Overlook Road, Plymouth 

"Seen Cline?" . . . no, not for cards 
again, "C.E."! . . . is college bound . . . 

easy-going . . . prizes his license . . . 
and oh! those Fords! ... devilish ... 
S.P. peeves i/oit? . . . that's understand- 
able. 

Book Store 3; Chess Club 2; Quiz Bowl 
1, 2; Lab Assistant 2, 3; German Club 
4. 




Jane Patty Sampson 

10 Bradford Street, Plymouth 

Jane . . . ambition . . . Salvation Army 
Officer— Clergy . . . "That's almost 
close" . . . prizes her friends ... is 
peved by first period C.A. class . . . 
likable . . . serene . . . hapy when she 
has enough sleep to get rested. 




Ruth Ann Sand 

South Meadow Road, Carver 

Ruth . . . wants a degree in teaching 
. . . "Is it Friday yet?" . . . prizes her 
portable television . . . studious . . . 
serene . . . friendly . . . peeved by cer- 
tain hypocrites? 

Chorus 2, 3, 4; American Field Service 
3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Clarion 2, 3, 4; Lit 2, 4; Office As- 
sistant 3, 4; Future Teachers Club 3, 4; 
French Club 4; Intranuirals 4; Prom 
Committee 3; Senior Show Staff 4; 
Senior Class Flower Committee. 




Ronald St. George 

17 Forest Avenue Court, Plymouth 

"Ronnie" . . . not Cowboy . . . wants 
to be a football coach . . . rugged, 
classy . . . "Curtis, you Jerk!" . . . hav- 
ing money and no worries will keep 
him happy . . . prizes "my P.C. jacket". 

Vice President 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Track 2; Varsity Club 2, 3. 4; Spanish 
Club; Senior Show Writing Committee: 
Chairman of Junior Prom Committee 3, 



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Ann Scanlon 

18 Clyfton Street, Plymouth 

">!?!?!!>" . . . fun to be with . . . wants 
to be a social worker . . . likes people 
. . . especially the owner of that red 
plaid scarf . . . happy during summer 
vacation . . . but not listening to Ed- 
die's jokes ... a real cool kid. 

Latin Club 1; World Afairs 4; Future 
Nurses Club 4; Clarion 4; Senior 
Show; Spanish Club 2. 






Rexford Charles Schiano 

Fox Road, Manomet 

Rex . . . ambition . . . college ... al- 
ways saying ... "/ doubt it" . . . Hap- 
piness is ... sleeping late . . . teachers 
peeve him . . . Rex prizes his Chevy. 

Chess Club 4. 





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12 Sever Street, Plymouth 

. . . his Gibson B25 Natural Gni- 

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. . . is . . . "too ynuch" 
" a radio announcer . . 
dislikes losing time . . . but prizes 
. weekend in Wellesley. 



Chorus 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 2. 



Richard Sherwood 

Purchase Street, Carver 

Woooo! . . . Richit's sly . . . enjoys 
sucking up Jello? . . . frolicsome . . . 
wants to become a cowboy . . . with a 
truck? . . . gregarious . . . but not near 
"little Ferrit!" 

Track 1; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Baseball 
2; Dance Committee 1; Drama Club 2; 
Football 1. 



Kevin Short 

2 Stephen's Lane, Plymouth 

Kevin . . . easy-going . . . either the 
Navy or trade school . . . always say- 
ing, "one time." . . . likes winter . . . 
peeved by know-it-alls . . . prizes 
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Deborah Susan Shwom 

19 Mayflower Street, Plymouth 

Debbie . . . loquacious . . . plans on a 
B.S. in Physical Therapy . . . ambitious 
and dedicated . . . "Ya, that's close." 
Psychology, Hojo food, and "S-H-W- 
O.-M!" peeve her. 

Latin Club 1, 2; Yearbook 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom 
Committees 3, 4; Pep Squad 1, 2, 3; 
Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Future Nurses 2, 
3, 4; School Paper 2, 3, 4; Girls' Sports 
Editor 4; "Lit" Magazine 2, 3, 4; 
American Field Service 2, Students 
Abroad Coordinator 3, President 4; 
Senior Show 4; National Honor Socie- 
ty 4; German Club 3, 4. 




Eugene Silva 

299 Rear Court Street, Plymouth 

Eugene . . . cheerful . . . "What's cook- 
in?" ... plans to be a success ... 
hushed . . . enjoys going to football 
games . . . prizes his coin collection. 







Janice Ann Sirrico 

134 Standish Avenue, Plymouth 

Jan ... friendly ... sincere ... quiet? 
. . . wants a good education . . . likes 
to sleep . . . but is peeved by inconside- 
rate people . . . prizes baby brother, 
Joey . . . "Sure!" 

Secretarial Pool 4; Clarion 4; Pilgrim 
Typing Staff 4; Pep Squad 1, 2, 3; 
National Honor Society 4; Senior Show 
4. 



Evelyn Smith 

22 Standish Avenue, Plymouth 

Reserved . . . prizes her birthstone ring 
. . . ambition to be successful . . . Grad- 
uation ... at last! ... "Oh Boy!" 
dislikes snobs . . . and is peeved by 
people who make fun of others. 

Pep Squad 1, 2, 4. 



Jacqueline Smith 

Halfway Pond, Buzzards Bay 

"Jackie" . . . good uatiired ... to 
Jackie happiness is graduation . . . 
"How 'bout that!" . . . dislikes getiug 
up early . . . prizes her LP's and i'>'s. 

Chess 1, 3, 4; Band 4. 



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Pond Avenue, White Horse Beach 

Scuidy . . . wee . . . likable . . . motherly 
. . . hopes to marry . . . hates people 
u'ith big mouths . . . prizes her sister 
. . . "Oh no, are you kidding?" . . . 
Happiness is being icith S. T. 

Intramurals 1, 2; Senior Show 4; Pep 
Squad 1, 2, 3; Jr. Prom Committee 3; 
Senior Gown Color Committee 4; Sen- 
ior Motto Committee 4; American Field 
Service 4; Pilgrim 2, 3; Cashier 1, 2, 3. 



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Marcia Catherine Sotirkys 

State Road, Manomet 

Marcia . . . outgoing . . . genuine . . . 
plaits to further her education . . . ex- 
uberant . . . "Is that right?" . , . likes 
driving the Big "B" . . . peeved by 
"The Poniac" . . . prizes her stuffed 
animals 

Typist Pool 4; Senior Statistics 4; Sen- 
ior Gown Color Committee 4 ; Senior 
Motto Committee 4; Yearbook Collector 
1, 2, 3, 4; Office Assistant 4; Fashion 
Show 3; Pep Squad 1, 2; Intramurals 
4; Tea Parties 3, 4. 




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Dona Souza 

2 Seven Hills Road, Plymouth 

"Dona" . . . spelled with one "N" . . . 
happy on the Cape . . . petite . . . dis- 
likes losing her loafers . . . but prizes 
a certain SLHS Ring . . . "Is that 
rite??" . . . Dona . . . hopes to travel. 

Quiz Bowl 1; Pep Squad 1, 2, 3; Fu- 
ture Nurses Club Treasurer 1, 2, 4; 
Clarion Typist 4; Jr. Prom 3; Senior 
Show 4; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Latin Club 1, 2; A.F.S. 3, 4. 



Joanna Spina 

Box 2, Manomet 

"Jo" ... a creative hairdresser . . . 
who is happy about her 300 hours . . . 
those Studebakers! . . . musical, drama- 
tic . . . prizes her peg board. 

Drama Club 3; Chess Club 3, 4; Cho- 
rus 2, 3, 4. 



William Spina 

Box 2, Manomet 

"Bill" . . . opinionated, individual . . . 
hopes for success as a person . . . not 
non-conformist, Bill? . . . enjoys play- 
ing chess . . . being with that certain 
someone . . . hates wearing ties . . . can 
be seen in the "Lindens" or Room 108 
with Mr. "B". 

Chess Club. 



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Richard Alden Stahly 

26 Silverbirch Avenue, Manomet 

"Leap . . . Leap" . . . "Rich" . . . plans 
to be an aeronautical engineer . . . 
menace . . . prizes his "62" Mopan . . . 
his happiness . . . getting a diploma 
. . . Good Luck! 





William Bramhall Stearns III 

99 Warren Avenue, Plymouth 

Will . . . attend college . . . masculine 
. . . collegiate . . . Happiness is ... 
winning football games . . . prizes . . . 
his "head" skis . . . unsociable girls — 
No! 

Student Council 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 
4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Pilgrim 1, 2, 3; Clar- 
ion 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. and Sr. Prom Com- 
mittee 3, 4; Dance Committee 3, 4. 















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Carol Ann Stern 

29 Russell Street, Plymouth 

Carol . . . hopes to become a nurse . . . 
considerate . . . mild . . . naive . . . 
prizes her room . . . asks, "What was 1 
saying?" . . . Happiness is sleeping, but 
oh, that gym class! 

Pilgrim 1, 2, 3, (co-curriculum) 4 (a 
secretary) ; Future Nurses Club 1, 2, 3 
secretary 4; Spanish Club 3; Tennis 1 
Sports Club 1, 2; Marching Girls 4, 
Senior Show Committee; Graduation 
Usherette 1, 3; Junior Prom. 



Linda Lee Stevens 

8 Stoddard Street, Plymouth 

Lynda . . . "flirtacious" . . . wants to 
enter art school . . . "menace" 
"Ain't gotta Pontiac for nothin" . . . 
Unpredictable . . . Happiness is — an 
endless summer . . . peeves — Greg's 
surf board . . . prizes her G.T.O. Jr. 
. . . Well alright! 

Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Sports Club 2, 3, 4; 
Future Teachers Club 3; A.F.S. 3, 4; 
Bowling Team 1, 2; Jr. Prom Commit- 
tee 3; Pep Squad 1, 2, 3; Intramurals 
1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Senior Show 4. 



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Leslie Stiles 

6 Stoddard Street, Plymouth 

Ferrit . . . happy-go-lucky . . . wants to 
swim around Cape of Good Hope . . . 
prankish . . . cool . . . "B. A'., girc me 
a dime . . . Happiness is graduating 
'" '67 . . peeves loitering laws . . . 
prizes that '56 Chevy ...'"Hey Goo- 
Goo." 

Cross Country 1, 2; Track 2. 



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Stanley Philip Strout, Jr. 

164 S. Pond Road, Plymouth 

"Phil" . . . quiet ... a future writer 
. . . scientific ... an "A" in English 
would make him happy . . . not lunch 
before gum, though! ... polite ... 
"Walk it off!" . . . likes money, when 
he has it. 

Chess Club 1, 4; Lab Assistant 3. 



Linda May Sullivan 

47 Royal Street, Plymouth 

"Really? Are you sure?" . . . Linda 
wants to be happy . . . with Steve? . . . 
smiling . . . friendly . . . talkative . . . 
prizes — my "Monkey" of course . . . 
but not unfriendly people. 

Latin Club 1; Pep Squad 1, 2; Dance 
Committees; Intramurals 1, 2; Clarion 
Advertising Staff 3, 4; Clarion Busi- 
ness & Typing Manager 4; Senior 
Show; Pilgrim 4. 







David Swift 

Long Pond Road, Cedarville 

"David" . . . likes . . . "My Boat" . . . 
. . . and lobster fishing . . . being with 
a nice, sweet girl . . . but not hanging 
around with kids who like nothing but 
trouble. 

Intramurals; Volleyball; Basketball. 



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Michael Taddia 

Prince Street, Plymouth 

. . likes hunting . . . what, Mike? 



plans to join the Air Force . . . 
prizes his Chevy . . . Being on time 
peeves him . . . "Is that right?" . . . 
huh, Lee? 

Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 4. 



Joel Tassinari 

217 Sandwich Street, Plymouth 

Tass ... to go to college . . . "Get out 
of here "... rambunctious ... easy- 
going . . . collegiate ... a yellow Cor- 
vette — umm! ... and golf clubs ... 
why don't you like working? 

Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 3; Basketball 
1; Sports Club 4. 



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Lawrence Taylor 

175 Court Street, Plymouth 

"Larry" . . . wants to go to college and 
be successful . . . dooes>i't everyone? 
. . . earnest . . . quiet . . . best of luck 
to ya iv the future . . . dependable. 

Baseball 3; Touch Football 3, 4; Soc- 
cer 4; Volleyball 4; Basketball 3. 




Carole Elizabeth Thomas 

134 Westerly Road, Plymouth 

"T. C." . . . flirty . . . happiest when 
with that certain someone . . . "Poor 
bebe!" ... Carole wants to "follow 
that dream" and go to Europe . . . cute, 
stylish . . . peeved by feathers and 
bicycles . . . she loves her dog, "Elli." 

Latin Club 1, 2; Future Teachers Club 
3, 4; Clarion Literary Staff 3, 4; Clar- 
ion Advertising Manager 4; Junior 
Prom Committees 3; Dance Committees 
2, 3, 4; Woman's Club Representative 
4; Junior Volunteer 3; Talent Show 3; 
Volleyball Intramurals 4; Enameling 
Club 4; Senior Show. 



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2 Cordage Terrace Ext., Plymouth 
"Friz" . . . prizes . . . "My Charm 



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and Saturday Mornings 
'y Men dens!" . . . "My 
hopes to succeed and 



Bowling 2; Pep Squad 4; Typist Pool 
4; Pilgrim Typing Staff 4; Senior 
Show. 



Richard Edward Tong 

8 Mayflower Street, Plymouth 

Richard . . . enjoys living . . . 
. . . wants to rule the world . . 
bara" . . . dislikes telling him 
up . . . prizes his car. 

Chess Club 4. 



Deborah Ann Torrence 

4 Chestnut Street, Plymouth 

anxious I-i-it's-s-s! . . . acting for Deb . . . 

"Capy- flighty . . . dramatic ... oh the spring 

to grow and daffodils . . . What's wrong with 

onions, Deb? . . . Remember when — . 

Chorus 3, 4; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Dance 
Committees 2, 3, 4; Prom 3; Senior 
Show 4. 



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Karl Torrance 

91 Newfield Street, Plymouth 

Karl . . . composed . . . happy, if sleep- 
ing late on Saturday . . . industrious 
. . . will join the Navy . . . peeved by 
those people in Rm. 110 ... re:note . . . 
is heard saying . . . "You want to buy 
it?" . . . but not about his '62 Chevy. 



Janice Torres 

8 Magoni Terrace, Plymouth 

"Jan" . . . friendly . . . gets along great 
with all the P-C people . . . dislikes con- 
ceited people . . . bitt not that certain 
New York Senior . . . Tom 
"Really?" . . . likes having a good time 
. . . hopes to graduate. 

Transfer from Plattsburg - , New York; 
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4 Spooner Street, Plymouth 

"Bob" . . . hates homework . . . oh, for 
a short gym class . . . good natured 
... a P-C football victory will keep 
him happy . . . likeable . . . "How about 
that! 

Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior 
Prom; Senior Show; Spanish Club 2, 3; 
Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Book Store 4; 
Baseball 1 ; Assistant Cast of "Pygma- 
lion" 2, "Diary of Anne Frank" 3. 



Thelma Lois Trask 

64 Pleasant Street, Plymouth 

Thel . . . serene . . . happiness is no 
school . . . and ... no homeivork . . . 
conscientious . . . wants to teach His- 
tory — why? . . . "How should I know" 
. . . unperturbed . . . values her li- 
cense. 

Bowling Intramurals 1, 2; Pep Squad 
1, 2, 3; Archery Intramurals 2; Amer- 
ican Field Service 2, 3, 4; French Club 
4; Future Teachers 4; Senior Show 4; 
Graduation Flower Committee 4. 



Michael Tribble 

Olmstead Terrace, Plymouth 

Mike . . . talented . . . plans to attend 
a fine arts college . . . and . . . have 
the best band around . . . prizes his 
guitar . . . modish . . . Happiness is ... 
to make it through the year without 
hearing . . . "Get a haircut!" . . . Mr. 
Cingolani peeves him . . . not really 
. . . just another "Shag". 

Pilgrim Art Staff 4; Chorus 4; Senior 
Show 4. 



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Eileen Frances Urann 

5 Davis Street, Plymouth 

Oh, those summers on ole Cape Cod! 
... (sigh) . . . mild . . . dedicated . . . 
to teach . . . "Do we really?" . . . con- 
genial . . . except when she runs into 
"Mom" in the halls. 

Drama Club 1, 2; Talent Shows 3, 4; 
Newspaper 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 2, 
3, 4; Chorus 2, 4; Dance Committees 
1, 2, 3. 



Francis Thomas Turner 

Lakewood Drive, Cederville 

"Fran" . . . "well alright" . . . happy 
when ... he has the car every night 
. . . and his job . . . "People . . . with 
no sense of humor" . . . peeve him . . . 
"I ... a ... teacher" will be! 

Senior World Affairs Club 4. 




Margot Elizabeth Vacchino 

4 Nelson Court, Plymouth 

"Grooch" . . . prizes her diaries . . . 
friendly . . . plans to live happily ever 
after ... "Pretty good, hxh?" ... 
dextrous . . . peeved by broken promises 
and no mail . . . but likes i7npossible 
situations that work out perfectly. 

Pep Squad 1,2; Bowling 1; A.F.S. 1 
2, 3; Pilgrim Co-Corriculim Staff 3 
Pilgrim Typing Staff 4; Clarion 3 
Junior Prom 3; Football Concession 4, 
Senior Show 4; Senior Prom 4; Gradu- 
ation Usher 3. 





Michael Twieraga 

1 Sawyer Place, Plymouth 

"Mike" . . . plans to go to college . . . 
"hoiv about that!" . . . good natured 
. . . prizes his license . . . "Happiness" 
. . . getting the car . . . but is peeved 
by driving fast. 




George Milton Vaughan 

"George" . . . plans to enter the Ser- 
vice ... the Registry . . . peeves him 
. . . "My Word!" . . . George will be 
really happy when he gets his license 
back . . . prizes . . . money?! 



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Michael Verre 

Carver Road, Plymouth 

"Mike" . . . pla.)is . . . to work . . . for 
himself . . . or Uncle Sam . . . prizes 
. . . his '59 Ford . . . but not staying 
in school till 2:25! ... "You gave me 
the?" . . . runs . . . around with the 
boys! 

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William Arthur Vickery 

10 Robinson Street, Plymouth 

"Bill" ... a future electrician 
friendly, prankish . . . "Anytime" . . 
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Janice Anne Wagner 

114 Cedar Drive, Carver 

"Harry" . . . happiness . . . saying "hi" 
to a certain male teacher . . . "how 
long has this been going on?" ... 
"golden . . . plans" ... to become an 
IBM key punch operator . . . "easy- 
going" . . . prizes her little blue bug 
. . . but peeved by the Armed Forces 
. . . (wonder why?) . 

Chorus 1, 2; Mikado 2; Volleyball In- 
tramurals 4; Senior Show 4. 



Janet Louise Walker 

18 Grant Street, Plymouth 

Jan . . . willing . . . wants to go to 
college . . . talkative . . . "Meanwhile, 
back at the ranch" . . . perky . . . likes 
being alive . . ■ pet peeve — being called 
DoorKnob . . . prizes her pierced ears. 

Latin Club 1,2; French Club 2, 3, 4; 
Band 1; Marching Girls 3, 4; Leader 
Corps 2, 3, 4; Pilgrim 2, 3, 4; Student 
Council 4; Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep 
Squad 1, 2, 3; Bookstore 3, 4; "Our 
Town" 1; Jr. Prom Chairman 3; Sen- 
ior Prom 4; Senior Show 4; Clarion 
2, 3; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Cheryl Lynn Waterman 

108 South Street, Plymouth 

Cheryl . . . "How about that" .. . pretty 
. . . calm . . . reserved . . . cherishes 
her diamond . . . riding with C.P.A. 
. . . great personality . . . but when he's 
late!! . . . Cheryl set for marriage. 

Heritage Day 1; Fashion Show 3, 4; 
Senior Show 4; Intramurals 1, 2. 



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Diane Elaine Watts 

6 Lothrop Street, Plymouth 

DeeDee . . . demure . . . ooh that Big 
Brother! . . . happy when with her cer- 
tain someone . . . peeved by that Door- 
Knob . . . sweet enough to be a teacher 
... "Really, you're kiddin!" ... so 
petite. 

Latin Club 1, 2; German Club 2, 3, 
4; S.A.S. Homeroom Representative 1, 
2; Quiz Bowl 1, 2; Leader Corps 3, 4; 
A.F.S. 2, 3, 4; Band 1; Marching Girls 
3, 4; Pilgrim Staff 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 
2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 1, 2; Bookstore 3, 
4; Jr. Prom Decoration Chairman 3; 
Senior Prom 4; Senior Show 4; Dance 
Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. 




Craig Webber, Jr. 

68 Summer Street, Plymouth 

College or Air Force . . . which will it 
be . . . "C.J." . . . out-going . . . happi- 
ness is an endless summer . . . facetious 
. . . peeved by unfriendly girls . . . 
prizes his license . . . "What's new?" 






Cheryl Lee Weeks 

Point Road, Manomet 

"Cherylee" . . . wants to go to college 
. . . dislikes being called quiet . . . 
"What's the matter with you?" . . . 
being able to wear contact lenses . . . 
that's happiness . . . sedate, patient . . . 
prizes Manomet Beach and . . . Danny. 

Dean's Council 1; A.F.S. 4; Pep Squad 
1; Senior Show; Junior Prom; Art 
Club 4. 



Thomas Atwood Weston 

Main Street, Plymouth 

"Tom" . . . happy when passing Eng- 
lish . . . reserved, out-doorish . . . will 
be a civil engineer . . . doesn't like 
school lunches . . . freckled . . . says 
"Well all right" about his "55". 

Football 1; Baseball 1; Boys' State 
Representative 3 ; Golf 4. 



Alan Herbert Wheelock 

6V 2 Nelson Street, Plymouth 
Al ... College Bound . . . aloof . . . 
smart ... alert? ... likes hunting 
trips ... and ... his car keys ... 
has trouble with library rules .. . found 
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215 Sandwich Street, Plymouth 

Jan . . . intelligent . . . athletic . . . 
wants a good education and a good job 
afterwards . . . prizes his license . . . 
and . . . Joyce ■ ■ ■ but that meatloaf 
and Monday mornings . . . "Mon Dieu." 

Quiz Bowl 1; Lab Assistant 2; Base- 
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2, 3; French 
Club 2, 3; Boys' State 3; Math Club 
3 ; Jr. Prom Committee 3 ; Pilgrim 3 ; 
Pilgrim Sports Editor 4; Bookstore 3, 
4; National Honor Society 4; Senior 
Show 4; Boys' Sports Club 4. 



PLYMOUTH-CARVER HIGH 



Susan Molnar Whitman 

85 South Street, Plymouth 

"Sue" . . . agreeable . . . "All right, 
now" . . . Sue's headed for college then 
the Peace Corps . . . brilliant . . . prizes 
her license, but oh, those early morn- 
ings ... ah, the sound of that 2:26 
bell . . . music to her ears. 

Math Club 2, 3; Spanish Club 2, 3; 
Pilgrim 4; Football Concession 4; Na- 
tional Honor Society 3, 4; Pep Squad 
2; A.F.S. 2, 3, 4; Geological Society 4; 
Latin Club 2; Junior Council World 
Affairs 4. 




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Henry Stafford Williams 

Wareham Street, Carver 

"Hank" . . . desirous ... of being rich 
. . . likes ... to know . . . what he's 
about to do ... "/ don't know!" . . . 
friendly . . . prizes . . . his license. 

Drama Club 2; Math Club 2, 3, 4; 
Latin Club 4; Future Teachers 3; jun- 
ior Prom 3; Dance Committees 2, 3; 
Pilgrim Business Staff 3; Co-Business 
Manager Pilgrim 4; Senior Show 4; 
Senior Prom 4. 



Paul Arthur Williams 

6 Muster Field Road, Plymouth 

Paul . . . mod . . . lackadaisical . . . but 
not about making money . . . "Well, it's 
alright!" . . . for a full tank of gas 
. . . but those 1000 word essays . . . 
radical . . . prizes Aztec Fertility God 
Statue. 

Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis Team 2; 
Lab Assistant 2. 



Keith Williamson 

8 Alvin Road, Plymouth 

"Whizzer" . . . different . . . wants to 
go to college and be successful . . . "Al- 
right!" . . . happiness is his car — but 
not Fords . . . dilatory . . . prizes his 
license. 



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Leslie Robert Wilson 

35 South Street, Plymouth 

"Slick" . . . plans on entering the ser- 
vice . . . and . . . prizes . . . "My future 
car!" . . . Friday . . . at 2:26 . . .'yeah! 
... BUT OH! ... that Monday morn- 
ing Geography class! 

Archery 2; Intramural Volleyball 2, 3; 
Intramural Basketball 3; Intraclass 
Track Meet 3; 15c a week collector 1. 




Jane Marie Wirtzburger 

12 Stoddard Street, Plymouth 

"Pete" . . . "blonde" . . . prizes . . . that 
Silver Lake ring . . . pla)is to become 
a secretary . . . "Nothing wrong with 
that! . . . "Jane" . . . carefree . . . hap- 
piness is the cape . . . tall . . . found 
. . . most anywhere . . . with P.J. 

Driver Ed. 3; Jr. Prom Committee 3; 
Senior Prom 4 ; Senior Show Commit- 
tee 4; Intramurals 1, 2; A.F.S. 3, 4; 
Marching Girls 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 1, 
2, 3, 4; Dance Committee 1, 2; Heritage 
Day Worker 1; Secretarial Pool 4; Pil- 
grim 4; Latin Club 1. 






Frederick Alvin Wood 

Federal Furnace Road 

"Fred" . . . Peg-minded . . . happy — 
about graduation and his girl P.G. but 
"Oh my God" . . . cleaning Peggy's 
sheep barn! ... lackadaisical ... but 
not about his '58 Pontiac. 



Christine Lillian Woodward 

16 Royal Street 

"Chris" .. . sincere .. . "Well, Alright!" 
. . . sensible . . . ambition — to become 
a Veternarian Nurse . . . reserved . . . 
happy . . . when "your last name begins 
with "A" . . . and with "Winky" . . . 
made by that certain someone. 

Bowling 1, 2; Pep Squad 1, 2, 3; In- 
tramurals 1, 2; Deans Council 1, 2; 
Spanish Club 3; Future Nurses Club 4; 
Drama Club 4; Clario)/ 2; Junior Prom 
Committee A.F.S. 2, 3, 4. 



Christine Lillian Young 

Main Street 

Chris . . . blonde, sporty, amiable . . . 
a future teacher .. . prizes her Barbara 
Streisand albums . . . but oh those 
dyed blondes! . . . Happiness is . . . 
passing that history homework in on 
time ... Bon jour Christ i>ie ' ! . . . "Good 
Grief ■ — this is true!" 

Softball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 3; French 
Club 3; Future Teachers of America 
3, 4; Volleyball Intramurals 4; Sports 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Show Commit- 
tees 4. 



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Laura Elliot 

State Road R.F.D. 
Manomet 
Laura ... "Say kid!" ... wants _ to 
wander through Europe . . . beautiful 
soft, brown eyes . . . prizes her tat- 
tered teddy bear . . . artistic ... pet 
peeve . . . those who think they're 
"cool". 



William Ellis 

Old Colony Drive 
Manomet 
"Billy" . . . ambitious . . . plans to 
make a lot of money . . . prizes his 
license . . . can be found "Doing what 
I want to do" . . . but not getting up 
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DAR Best Girl Citizen 

Donna Fernandez 



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Representative to Girls' State 

Cynthia Besse 





Jewish War Veterans Brotherhood 
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Scott Cline 


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Representative to Boys' State 

Thomas Weston, Jan Whiting, Douglas Griswold 



Voice of Democracy 

Charles Burns, Robert Bradley, John Pacheco 




Elk's Leadership Award 

Charles Burns, Christine Woodward 



Student Government Day 

Thomas Bastoni 



Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow 

Ruth Ann Sand 






NMSQT Letter of Commendation Winners 

Robert Bartlett, Susan Whitman, Scott Cline, David Britton (semifinalist) 



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Jean Brenner, Randy Post 



Best Dressed 

Virginia Caramsalidis, Donald Kramer 



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Glenn Day, Janice Sirrico 



Most Athletic 

Donnie McLean, Betty Fernandez 



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Class Flirts 

Carmen Brewster, 
Peter Olson 



Best Dancers 

Sheila Ryan, Manuel Perry 




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Glenn Lawrence Diane Salgado 



Most Talented 

Gerard Donelan, Deborah Torrence 



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Linda Stevens, William Anderson 



Most Independent 

David Britton, Jane Marten 




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Peter Olson, Marlene James 



Happy-Go-Lucky 

Nancy Malaguti, Leslie Stiles 




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Class Sweethearts 

Janet Nickerson, Thomas Holmes 



Most Talkative 

August Barrows, Lydia Rose 




Best All-Round 

Scott Cline, Nancy Pedrini 



Personality Plus 

Zoe Lewis, Alan Ferazzi 






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Treas. Susan Brenner; Pres. Charles 
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A for#e part of the PCHS student's life, 

is devoted to activities outside the classroom. 

Activities play a great part in developing 

an awareness of our world. 

They challenge us to improve 

our social intelligence, 

our ability to get along with people. 




A shared interest, 

can be a strong bond between two people. 

Activities strengthen this bond. 

The growing social needs 

of the student seek fulfillment; 

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Barberi and D. Fortini 



Co-Captains Diane Roncarati and Paulette 
Pimental 



Promoting School Spirit 



These girls cheer at all the football 
and basketball games and also at the 
pep rallies. They are chosen according to 
their athletic and scholastic qualifica- 
tions. Their advisor is Miss Wild, and 
this year's captains are Paulette 
Pimental and Diane Roncarati. 



Clockwise: M. Mederios, K. Post, L. Blake, P. Pimental, L. Axford, B. Fratus, D. Fry, 
D. Roncarati 






Row 1: C. Pacheco, C. Burns, D. Kuhn, M. Brigida, M. Wirzburger, P. Stearns. Row 2: 
Mr. Pacheco, B. Holmes, G. Brigida, W. Shaw, D. Morse, A. Perry, G. Keller. Row 3: 
G. Cappannari, J. Smith, K. Haire, L. Nicolas, D. Millican, S. Brenner, L. Washburn, 
N. Darsch. Row 4: S. Geller, J. Bergamini, R. Olivera, R. Baetti, S. Corvini, F. Latosek, 
T. Dorherty, S. Ottanni. Row 5: B. Malaguti, P. Hachey, D. Riberio, J. Leland, S. 
Minsky, L. Doten, W. Valente. 

Developing Musical Skill and Talent 



The Band provides an opportunity 
for students to develop skills in 
music. The band plays at football 
games, pep rallies, assemblies, 
marches in local parades and partici- 
pates in out of state exchange 
concerts. Mr. Pacheco is the Band 
Director. 



Marching Girls consists of thirty- 
five girls chosen by the Band Director 
and a faculty committee. They per- 
form during half time at the football 
games and march in local parades. 
This year the leaders were Nancy 
Pedrini and Carole Geller. 




MARCHING GIRLS 

Row 1: D. Watts, J. Boccai, C. Besse, L. Koblantz, J. Pacheco, L. Couter, S. Bloom, M. Shea, C. Seaver, M. Dunlap, C. Kuhn, 

B. Govoni, S. Freyermuth, C. Brewster, C. Stern, J. Wirtz- M. Morse. Row 4: C. Browning, J. Brigida, D. Marvelli, S. 
burger. Row 2: C. Geller, M. Ferro, N.- Walker, L. Heath, Radcliffe, R. Magura, S. Brigida, J. Neri. 

C. Coffin, C. Gately, C. Gately, N. Pedrini." Row 3: K. Bubbins, 







PCHS Pep Squad Miss Judith Wild, Advisor 



Pep Squad And Chorus 



Pep Squad consists of a group of students 
who support our teams by forming a cheering 
block at football and basketball games. They 
are advised by Miss Wild. 



Chorus provides interested students with the 
opportunity to gain experience in the perform- 
ance of vocal music. Chorus entertains at vari- 
ous school functions, including the Christmas 
assembly. Mr. Truran directs Chorus. 




CHORUS: Row 1: R. Sand, S. Bumpus, P. Davis, J. Freeman, 
V. Dries, S. Cunliffe, A. Nunes. M. DaRosa, J. DaCosta, S. 
Davis, E. Urann, D. Pimental, B. Barkhouse, K. Griffin, N. 
LaFrance. Row 2: J. Swales, G. Gill, R. Disalvatore, P. 
Coffey, L. Ruprecht, A. D'Olivera, F. Hart, W. Reed, D. 



Torrence, L. Fager, D. Houser, G. James, S. Holmes, D. 
Andrade. Row 3: W. Rasmussen, B. Pratt, D. Hamblin, M. 
Tribble, M. Scott, A. Barron, T. Bastoni, N. Rasmussen, J. 
Ashley, Butterfield, C. Houston. 



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BOYS' VARSITY CLUB: Row 1: 

D. Conroy, E. Pretti, J. Furtado, 
J. Bothelo, D. Maccaferri, R. Car- 
lisle, C. Gray, R. Williams, W. 
Henry, K. Beal. Row 2: S. Rogers, 
M. Sirrieo, M. Donelan, J. Chad- 
wick, W. Stearns, W. Pinto, B. But- 
ters, L. Smith, H. Ruxton, C. Bal- 
lard, Mr. Mario Romano. Row 3: 
C. Burns, S. Cline, W. Beal, J. 
Whiting, J. Tassanari, S. Radcliffe, 
L. Carter, S. Minsky, W. Curtis, D. 
Lane, P. Giovanetti. Row 4: E. 
Krakowski, R. Post, G. Lawrence, 
A. Andrews, P. Fernandes, A. Fer- 
razi, R. St. George, W. Cristani, D. 
Hale, S. Conroy. 



Boys' Varsity Club And Girls' Sports Club 



The Boys' Varsity Club consists of those athletes 
who have participated in intra-scholastic sports. 
Members of the track, baseball, basketball, football, 
and intramural teams are eligible for membership. 
Mr. Patrick Romano is the advisor of this organiza- 
tion. 



The counterpart of the Boys' Varsity Club is the 
Girls' Sports Club. Membership, however, is by 
choice, not by qualification. This year, the group 
has sponsored various activities such as dances. Miss 
Judith Wild is the advisor. 




GIRLS' SPORTS CLUB: Row 1: C. Houston, M. James, M. 
Pina, I. Pina, L. Rose, C. Lodi, C. Prussman, C. Rettig, S. 
Henderson, K. Ruprecht, K. Pimental, S. Barlow, D. 
Caldera, A. Rettig, H. Silivia. Row 2: C. Besse, S. Robertson, 
N. Darsch, L. Heath, Y. Dupuis, V. Fernandes, C. Young, 

D. Salgado, K. Kittisbhon, L. Meyer, P. Meyer, K. Post, 

E. Minsky, P. Brewster. Row 3: J. Brenner, L. Blake, P. 



Pimental, L. Axford, D. Millican, D. Fry, B. Fratus, L. Truit, 
C. Nickerson, M. Burton, M. Best, L. Pina, C. Bramhall, L. 
Stevens. Row 4: L. Koblantz, E. Wood, M. Medeiros, B. 
Anti, A. Furtado, C. Pina, G. James, L. Nicolas, C. Govoni, 
P. Banker, S. Griswold, K. Haire, L. Rogers, J. Edwards, 
S. Ryan. 



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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 

Row 1: Joseph Furtado, K. Jones C. Perez, K. Griffin, P. Niemi, G. Cappannari N 
Pedrim, C. Besse, Mr. A. Dietlin. Row 2: R. Sand, S. Whitman, J. Pacheco, D. Hale 
J. Whiting, D. Lane, D. Shwom, J. Sirrico. 

. . . and Student Council 



Advisor: Mr. Andrew Dietlin 
President: Grace Cappannari 
Vice-President: Peter Niemi 
Secretary-Treasurer : Kathleen Griffin 

Membership in the NHS is primarily 
based upon scholastic achievement. The 
members are chosen by the faculty, who 
rate them on scholarship, leadership, 
character, and service. The NHS publishes 
the PCHS handbook. 



Advisor: Mr. Cingolani 
President: Dale Lane 
Vice-President: Peggy Bastoni 
Treasurer: Galen Keller 
Secretary: Elaine Erickson 

The Student Council governs and regu- 
lates the student body, and acts as a link 
between the student body and the faculty. 
Dances, pep rallies, and other school 
functions are sponsored by this organi- 
zation. 



STUDENT COUNCIL 

Row 1: G. Keller, E. Erickson, D. Lane, M. Bastoni, W. Girard, R. Perry. Row 2: D. 
Gibbs, D. Silva, D. Santos, C. Kuhn, W. Stearns, D. Fernandes. Row 3: D. Thuber, C. 
Lopes, C. Cappannari, C. Burns, R. Souza, P. Stearns, W. Valente. 





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Advisor: Mrs. Alice Urann 

Tri-Presidents: Wendy Gomes, Lynn Blake, Susan Freyermuth 



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Row 1: (1 to r) W. Gomes, L. Washburn, V. Dries, L. Blake, S. Freyermuth, L. Heath, 
S. Griswold, Mrs. A. Urann, P. Brewster, S. Barlow, M. Pedro, C. Govoni, D. Price. 

The Leader Corps 



The Dean's Council's main purpose is to sponsor 
valuable building activities. The members serve as 
"big sisters" to underclassmen, offer suggestions 
for new school policies, and sponsor talent shows as 
well as other productions. 



The Leader Corps is an organization designed to 
have capable students guiding other students in 
the area of conduct. Its members are authorized to 
clear corridors and the like, and serve as ushers and 
usherettes at many school functions. 



Adviser: Mr. Holton 




LEADER CORPS 

(1. to r.) P. Pimental, E. Urann, M. Jayko, M. Nickerson, N. Pedrini, R. Magura, 
S. Griswold, C. Govoni, E. Al-Chokachy, J. Riles, R. Hart, S. Radcliff, C. Lafayette, 
D. Watts, R. Disalvitore, Mr. R. Holton, S. Minsky, G. Lawrence, D. Kramer, S. 
Dunham. 

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French Club advisor: Miss Iris Albertini 
Latin Club advisor: Mr. Andrew Dietlin 



Foreign Language Clubs. . . 



The language clubs at PCHS have carried on with 
remarkable results this year. Aspects of the 
languages and respective countries themselves, 
unable to be discussed during class time, are fully 
brought to light during the clubs' meetings. 

During the Christmas season, all language clubs 
studied the carols so popular in their native lands, 
and at the French Club Christmas program, all 



FRENCH CLUB 

Row 1: A. Cappannari, P. Griffin, 
C. Burns, S. Bloom, Miss I. 
Albertini, R. Bradley, N. Valent, 
R. Sand, E. Urann. Row 2: M. 
Brewster, G. Cappannari, P. Niemi, 
C. Pacheco, L. Reynolds, T. Trask, 
M. Ferro V. Dries, A. Ghidonis. 
Row 3: I. Vassapolo, C. Burgess, 
S. Griswold, Cherly, D. Govoni, M. 
Jayko, L. Heath, R. Disalvatore, C. 
Bouchard, P. Brown, R. Vacchi. 
Row 4: G. Rasmussen. R. Freyer- 
muth, P. Williams. 



clubs were invited to hear and sing carols as sung 
throughout Europe. This assembly gave proof of 
the similarities among foreign languages. 

These clubs continue their conquests for new 
ideas concerning a country's most modern culture, 
by viewing a pertinent film in the spring — to the 
enjoyment of all!! 



LATIN CLUB 

Row 1: D. Thurber, C. Bramhall, 
L. Heath, J. Freeman. M. Jayko, 
C. Gately, E. Minsky, S. Brenner. 
Row 2: S. Radcliff, W. Rougeau, 
C. Lafayette, S. Dunham, C. Rus- 
sell, Z. Lewis, K. Feioli, C. Besse, 
Mr. A. Dietlin. Row 3: G. Keller, 
S. Gellar, T. M. Fontes, H. Wil- 
liams, R. Freyermuth, C. Burns, 
A. Noones. 



SPANISH CLUB 

Row 1: R. Doten, L. Washburn, M. 
Syrel Sherman, C. Woodward, S. 
Dearn, C. Perez. Row 2: C. Coffin, 
L. Roberts, Z. Lewis, D. Marvelli, 
D. Fortini, L. Pitella. Row 3: C. 
Grey, W. Stearns, M. Hague, S. 
Rogers, K. Curran, S. Donovan. 




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Row 1: Mr. P. Baden, F. Cameron, W. Bagley, S. Cline, J. Butterfield, C. Brewster, 
S. Minsky. Row 2: S. Fortini, W. Rougeau, G. Donelan, D. Gibbs, A. Costa, W. Stearns, 
F. Turner. 




Mr. Benes, advisor 



Bookstore Staff 



World 

Affairs 

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Chess 
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Advisor: Miss Janet Draghetti 
President: John Pacheco 



Secretary: Susan Fortini 
Treasurer: Susan Dunham 



The American Field Service 



The Drama Club provides practical experi- 
ence and knowledge of theatre arts. It 
conditions students to acting and exposes 
them to the mechanics of play production. 
Each year, a major, and occasionally two 
minor productions are put on by this group. 



The American Field Service, the largest 
organization at PCHS, attempts to bring the 
cultures of the world closer together by 
accepting a foreign exchange student at our 
school. Dances and other functions such as 
food sales are also run by the group to support 
its goal. 




Advisor: Claire Driscoll 
President: Deborah Shwom 
Secretary: Carmen Brewster 
Student Representative: Nancy Pedrini 




Treasurer: Roanne Disalvatore 

Students Abroad Co-ordinator: Steven Dunovan 

Home Co-ordinator: Deborah Davis 




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"Clarion" and 




Advisor: Mr. William Dillon 



Editor-in-chief: David Britton 



Literary Magazine 



The Clarion provides PCHS with its own 
newspaper. It contains write ups on other 
school organizations, sports, and controversial 
issues. It enables the students to obtain 
experience in journalism and publishing. The 
organization is that of a true newspaper. 



The "Lit 



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The Lit is a representation of the student 
body's creative writing. It is published 
annually, and this year will contain contribu- 
tions from members of the community as well. 
Prose as well as poetry is represented. 




Advisor: Mr. Joseph Auciello Editor-in-chief: David Britton and Jane Butterfieid 

Junior Editor: Hilarie Gibbs 



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GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY 

Row 1: S. Donovan, S. Dunham, L. 
Axford, C. Bouchard, G. Tavares. 
Row 2: K. Kramer, J. Thomas, S. 
Whitman, L. Heath, A. Williamson, 
M. Wirtzburger. Row 3 : A. Piment- 
al, S. Edwards, P. Brown, C. 
Brewster, A. Basinski, C. Cappan- 
nari, J. Wagner. 



MATH CLUB 

Row 1: Mr. Alexis Bakeeff, Adviser, D. Fernandes, W. 
Gomes, B. Pratt. Row 2: K. Griffin, V. Dries, A. 
Gudonis, E. Silva. Row 3: C. Russell, D. Souza, H. 
Williams, J. Boccaci, J. Wirtzburger. 



OFFICE ASSISTANTS 

Mr. Robert Holton, K. Day, E. 

Nitzgen, K. Dietrich, J. Maki, D. 

Fernandes, S. Freyermuth, R. 
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Enthusiastic Student Support 




LABORATORY 

ASSISTANTS 

C. Bouchard, C. Hall, A. 
Crocker, M. Mederios, P. 
Meyer, Nancy Darsch. 



LIBRARY AIDES 

Miss Audrey Ziergiebel, N. 
Perez, J. Wagner, J. Taormina, 
J. Thomas, C. Perez, A. 
Strassel, J. Almedia, P. Ag- 
uiar, D. Pina. 



CAFETERIA AIDES 

D. Griffin, V. Fernandes, L. 
Rose, E. Nitzgen, P. Rettig, 
R. Moore, R. Gomes, J. Thomp- 



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Future Teachers of America 




Row 1: P. Brown, T. Trask, K. Ferioli, P. Niemi, 
D. Fernandes, W. Gomes, J. Boccaci. Row 2: A. 
Bumpus, R. Sand, D. Davis, K. Griffin, L. Reynolds, 
Mrs. J. Patenaude. Row 3: C. Stern, C. Seaver, M. 



Shea, D. Souza, S. Cline, J. Wirtzbu, C. Young. 
Row 4: L. Pettrof, K. Bubbins, L. Axford, D. 
Freyermuth, D. Coleman, W. Rougeau, C. Thomas. 



Future Nurses Association 



The Future Teachers of America is now 
in its second year of operation in PCHS. 
FTA is among the most active clubs in the 
school. The members run an in school 
tutoring service as well as a teacher aide 
program with the Plymouth elementary 
schools. Mrs. Jean Patenaude is the advisor, 
and the officers are Peter Niemi, President, 
Wendy Gomes, Vice President ; Janet Boccaci, 
Secretary ; Donna Fernandes, Treasurer ; and 
Thelma Trask, Historian. 



Future Nurses Association brings together 
students who are interested in nursing and 
health careers. FNA is also an active 
organization. Among its projects are field 
trips to hospitals, assisting the Jordan 
Hospital Bookmobile and making a cash 
donation to one worthy cause each year. 
Mrs. Ruth Volta, the school nurse, advises 
the girls. The officers are Linda Barufaldi, 
President; Susan Brewster, Vice President; 
Susan Freyermuth, Secretary and Dona 
Souza, Treasurer. 




Row 1: P. Correa, S. Consalves, N. Lopes, S. 
Freyermuth, L. Barufaldi, Mrs. R. Volta, R.N., S. 
Brewster. Row 2: J. Thompson, R. Barrows, L. 



Fernandes, D. Shwom, C. Woodward, C. Laffayette. 
Row 3: M. Bastoni, M. Morse, R. Doten, D. Mc- 
Dougall, L. Arnold. 



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Debate 
Club 



The purpose of the Debate Club is 
to develop interest and skill in 
debating, research and speech. The 
promotion of interscholastic debating 
is also a major goal. The Debate 
Club President is Alison Crocker, 
Vice President is Evan Al-Chokachy. 
Marie Silva is Secretary and Deidre 
Thurber is Treasurer. Miss Sally Day 
is the Debate coach. 




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Row 1: Miss S. Day, E. Al-Chockachy, M. Silva, A. Crocker, D. Thurber, M. 
Carvarlho. Row 2: R. Bartlett, R. Vacchi, L. Petroff, D. Davis, W. Rasmussen 
L. Nicolas, C. Eizinski, M. Wirzburger. 



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Secretaries 



Seated: K. Mello, K. Jones, J. 
Sirrico, K. Blackwell, L. Alves, J. 
Pacheco. Standing: C. Nickerson, 
B. Bennett, J. Wirtzburger, Miss 
B. Arthur, N. Malaguti, K. Brown, 
D. Costa. 



Typist 
Pool 



Seated: Mrs. I. Martinelli, D. 
Salgado, J. Maki, L. Motta, W. 
Gomes, L. Guild, L. Rose. Stand- 
ing: L. Thomas, L. Ruggerio, M. 
Sotirkys, P. Rettig, K. Murphy, L. 
Petrell. 















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Hard-working Pilgrim Staff 



Chosen in June 1966, the Pilgrim Editors 
have watched their book progress. Each has 
made his own contribution to its success. 
Working as a staff editor is a demanding 
activity. Responsibility and service are the 
earmarks of an editor's function. He is an 
important part of the team that preserves 
a year in print. 




Pilgrim Editors: seated: C. Pacheco, C. Geller (Art), G. 
Donelan (Art), P. Niemi. Standing: G. Cappannari (Sr. 
Statistics), C. Besse (Girls' Sports), K. Griffin (Curriculum), 



J. Pacheco (Typing), R. Bradley (Business), D. Gibbs (Sr. 
Statistics), H. Williams (Business), S. Edwards (Co- 
Curriculum), J. Whiting (Boys' Sports) 



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Assembles 1967 Yearbook 




Girls' Sports: D. Shwom, L. Koblantz, C. Besse 



The Artists: C. Geller and G. Donelan 



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BUSINESS STAFF 
1 to r: S. Sherman, C. Brewster, H. Williams, P. Rettig, R. Bradley, E. Martin, S. 
Dunham, C. Bouchard, S. Bloom, L. Heath, J. Boccai. 




SENIOR STATISTICS 

kneeling: S. Freyermuth, M. Sotirkys, C. Stern, C. Besse, J. Torres, D. Gibhs, G. Cappannari, C. 
D. Fernandes, C. Brewster, N. Malaguti, N. Pedrini, Lopes, K. Brown, D. Shwom, E. Erickson and J. 
S. Edwards, standing: D. Watts, K. Ferioli, Z. Lewis, Carter. 




CO-CURRICULUM 

1 to r; S. Edwards, S. Freyermuth, D. Gibbs, J. Torres, Z. Lewis, K. Ferioli, K. Brown, 
N. Malaguti, N. Pedrini, C. Brewster, D. Watts, D. Fernandes. 



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CURRICULUM 

1 to r: K. Griffin, C. Russell, P. Brown, S. Whitman, L. Barufaldi, L. Axford. 




TYPING STAFF 

1 to r: L. Sullivan, J. Sirrico, K. Jones, K. Murphy, L. Alves, J. Pacheco, M. Vacchino, 
L. Motta, L. Thomas. 







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1 to r: Z. Lewis, D. Fernan- 
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The ability to compete 

is a skill 

that finds frequent use 

in the modern world; yet, 

Honest competition loses its worth 

when the ends achieve greater importance 

than the means. 



ATHLETI 



Athletics provide an excellent proving ground 

for the skill to compete. 

Our picture of the toss 

symbolizes the necessity 

for honest competition, 

and demonstrates the integrity 

of a great team — 

the Blue Eagles. 



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1966 VARSITY FOOTBALL RECORD 



PC 


Opponents 






Scores 





Bridgewater-Raynham 






6 


20 


Rockland 






20 


12 


Middleboro 






6 


6 


Abington 






20 


20 


Whitman-Hanson 






8 


20 


Hingham 






12 





Randolph 






24 


6 


Scituate 






6 


26 


Silver Lake 






18 






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1966 VARSITY FOOTBALL 

At the beginning of the 1966 season 
everyone had high hopes for the Ply- 
mouth-Carver varsity football team to 
open with a victory. 

After well played scrimmages versus 
Wareham and Dennis-Yarmouth P-C 
traveled to Bridgewater-Raynham to 
play its initial game of the year. Ply- 
mouth was picked to win over a very 
poor Bridgewater eleven. The first half 
saw neither team penetrate the other's 
ten yard line, and thus, go to the locker 
rooms with a 0-0 half time score. When 
the teams returned to play the second 
half, both seemed anxious to win. Bridge- 
water wanted to win more, however, and 
consequently won on a thirty yard run 
by White. P-C vainly tried to score in 
the waining minutes but time ran out. 
Bridgewater Raynham won 6 to 0. Ply- 
mouth's team was actually superior, but 
since they hadn't won for so long, they 
really didn't realize what victorv was 
like. 

Her second game pitted P-C against 
Rockland. The contest saw Rockland 
take a 20 to 6 half time lead. Coach De- 
Sisto must have really spurred the team 
during half time as they came back to 
score 14 points in the second half almost 
pulling it out. Bill Butters was stopped 
inches short on a conversion attempt 
which would have won the game. 

On the third Saturday of the Football 
season P-C met and defeated a weak 
Middleboro eleven. Middleboro scored 
first on a long run. Then Don McLean 
passed 30 yards for a first down on the 
Middleboro ten yard line. After a few 
running plays, Will Stearns crashed to 
pay-dirt via a six yard jaunt. The teams 
played on an even basis until Don Mc- 
Lean hit Smith on a sixteen yard game 
winning scoring strike. P-C won 12 to 
6. Plymouth had her first victory in 
over twenty games. At this point of the 
season P-C should have had three wins. 




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Kick-off: P-C os. Abingtou 
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Here, take it; I don't want it. 





The green wave of Abington broke on the 
Blue Eagle's new field the next week. For once, 
our team struck first as Bill Curtis hauled in a 
long TD bomb to put Plymouth ahead 6 to 0. 
The first quarter was completely controlled by 
P-C. With a strong wind in their favor, Abing- 
ton scored twice in the second quarter. Ninety 
per cent of Abington's plays were run on the 
right side of the P-C line. Abington finally won 
the game 20 to 6, but not without a fight. 
Abington was the best team P-C faced and it 
was the only game which should have resulted 
in a P-C 1 loss. 



Whitman-Hanson was the next opponent of a 
P-C team whose head coach was hospitalized 
with pneumonia. Mr. Aresta and Mr. Cryer, 
however, did a very fine job in Mr. DeSisto's 
absence. On the first play of the game a 60 yard 
pass gave W-H an eight point lead. Then P-C 
took over. St. George burst through the enemy 
line and nailed the W-H quarterback in the end 
zone for two points. In the third quarter P-C 
struck twice to go ahead 14 to 8. Ed Krokowski 
scored late in the final period making the final 
score P-C 20, W-H 8. 



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Hingham provided the opposition for the next game. Bob 
Coughlin, Hingham's ace quarterback passed for the first 
touchdown of the game. When Plymouth received the en- 
suing kickoff, Butters promptly ran forty-five yards for a 
score. Also in the second quarter P-C scored on a forty- 
five yard toss from Don McLean. This was the only game 
of the season in which Plymouth had a half time lead. It 
didn't last long as Hingham evened the score in the third 
period. The final TD was registered on a quarterback sneak 
by McLean. P-C won 20 to 12. 

Randolph provided the opposition the next Saturday. 
Both P-C and Randolph showed good defenses. P-C's de- 
fensive secondary, however, was not prepared to meet Ran- 
dolph's fine passing attack. Randolph shut out P-C and 
subsequently went on to win the Old Colony League Cham- 
pionship. The Blue Eagles could have beaten Randolph had 
the field not been so soft ... it didn't give the fleet P-C 
backs chance to turn the corner. 



Scituate came to Plvmouth on a cold and rainy day. 
Steve Rogers had to fill in for the injured co-captain Don 
McLean. He did a great job. The scoring was opened by 
Scituate on a one yard plunge. Then P-C countered with a 
forty-two yard run bv Butters. At the half the score was 
P-C 6, Scituate 6. The game ended in the Blue Eagle's 
second tie. Although P-C came close to scoring again it 
didn't quite make it. 




Seven against one 




1st Row: Mr. Henry Cryer, D. Griswold, W. Henry, W. 
Curtis, J. Bothelo, Co-capt. R. St. George, Co-capt. D. Mc- 
Lean, W. Pinto, L. Smith, B. Butters, E. Pretti, W. Beal, 
D. Maccaferri, G. Rose, W. Stearns, Mr. Joseph DeSisto. 2nd 
Row: Mr. Dennis Aresta, W. Pimental, M. Sirrico, E. Kro- 
kowski, R. Post, M. Donelan, A. Basinski, K. Beal, E. Macca- 



ferri, W. Parkhursi, L. Shaw, R. Frevermuth, V. Bratti, P. 
Pettrof. 3rd Row: R. Tvnan, P. Fernandes, G. Stewart P. 
DeCost. C. Ballard, G. Beradi, W. Stewart, K. Walker. A. 
Silva. H. Ruxton, S. Loud, J. Furtado, P. Stearns, Mr. Rich- 
ard Ward. 



Good Speed, Defensive Brawn . . . No Luck 




Jay-Vees Show Promise 



The final game of the year was played at our 
home field against Silver Lake. The first period saw 
P-C completely dominate the play and score two 
touchdowns on runs by Stearns and Butters. It 
looked like an easy win. The second quarter almost 
was a disaster for P-C as Silver Lake scored three 
times to lead at the half 18 to 12. Luckily, the Blue 
Eagles kept their rival from scoring any points in 
the second half while they scored twice. The final 
score of the last game of the 1966 season read P-C 
26, Silver Lake 18. 

The Blue Eagles ended the year with four wins, 
three losses and two ties, and finished fourth in the 
league. Throughout the year the team was led mas- 
terfully by Co-captains Don McLean and Ron St. 
George. 



JUNIOR VARSITY SCOREBOARD 



P-C 


Opponents 


Scores 


6 


Silver Lake 





6 


Bridgewater-Raynham 


20 


6 


Rockland 





12 


Middleboro 


6 


8 


Whitman-Hanson 





20 


Abington 








Hingham 


26 


6 


Randolph 


16 





Scituate 


6 







JUNIOR VARSITY 



1st Row: G. Beradi, A. Silva, S. Ropers, R. Tynan, W. Stew- 
art, M. Donelan, W. Parkhurst, M. Sirrico, L. Shaw. 2nd 
Row: Mr. Dennis Aresta, S. Loud, R. Post, P. Stearns, K. 



Beal, K. Walker, P. DeCost, E. Maccaferri. 3rd Row: G. 
Stewart, V. Bratti, C. Ballard, H. Ruxton, A. Basinki, R. 
Freyermuth, W. Pimental. 



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FIELD 
HOCKEY 



Seated: D. Fernandes, C. Lodi, S. 
Henderson, B. Fernandez, S. Me- 
harg, D. Fernandez, Y. Dupuis. 
Standing: C. Rettig, J. Edwards, 
D. Salgado, S. Barlow, Z. Lewis, 
S. Edwards, Miss McDuffee. 





Varsity Co-Captains 

Betty Fernandez and 
Sandy Henderson 




Sportsmanship Displayed 

The Plymouth-Carver Girls Varsity Field Hockey team dis- 
played excellent sportsmanship, as they secured fourth place 
in the Old Colony League. The girls, coached by Miss Nancy 
MacDuffee, finished the season with a 6-6 record. Betty Fer- 
nandez set an all time scoring record of 24 goals over a three 
year period. 

We are looking forward to a successful season next year. 
Freshmen Sue Barlow and Donna Fernandez played outstand- 
ingly on the Varsity this year. Also, the Junior Varsity promises 
much, having recorded 10 wins and 1 tie. 



JUNIOR VARSITY RECORD 

Opponent Score 

Middleboro 
Bridgewater-Raynham 

Scituate 1 

Hingham 1 

Silver Lake 

Abington 

Rockland 1 

Scituate 

Abington 

Hingham 

Rockland 





VARSITY RECORD 




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PC 


Opponent Score 


PC 


4 


Middleboro 





3 


1 


Bridgewater-Raynham 


3 


3 


8 


Whitman-Hanson 





2 





Scituate 





1 


2 


Hingham 


3 


2 


5 


Silver Lake 





1 


1 


Abington 


2 


2 





Rockland 


1 


1 


2 


Scituate 





3 


1 


Abington 


2 





2 


Hingham 


3 


1 


3 


Rockland 








Junior Varsity Co-Captains 

Lynette Heath and 
Nancy Darsch 




Seated: Miss McDuffee, N. Darsch, M. Burton, I. Pina, S. Ryan, C. Pimental, P. 
Brewster, D. Caldera, B. Anti. Standing: C. Govoni, S. Griswold, L. Nicolas, P. 
Banker, K. Haire, P. Best, A. Furtado, L. Heath. 



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VARSITY BASKETBALL 1967 

The 1967 season was opened on the PC floor with 
the annual jamboree. In its first game, PC tied 
Bridgewater Raynham and then laid it on Silver 
Lake 15 to 4. 

Bridgewater Raynham was the scene for the first 
full length contest for the 1967 Blue Eagles. BR 
had a tough team led by Folloni and Barstow, but 
PC was up to the test as Don McLean, Gerry Rose 
and Dave Conroy played tremendously. PC won 64 
to 53 (one of its closer games). 

Abington, Scituate, Randolph and Rockland 
also found PC too much to compete with. 



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Now the stage was set with both Silver Lake and 
PC undefeated at six wins. The Lakers opened up 
an early 5 point lead, but PC came roaring back 
behind Dave Conroy to take a 22 to 9 lead after 
the first period. Midway through the second quarter 
some seemingly poor officiating left four of the 
Eagle's starters with four fouls. For the first time 
PC showed its outstanding bench as the reserves 



continued to build upon the lead against the rough 
Silver Lake five. Bob Carlisle, Wayne Pinto and 
Steve Rogers played fabulously in reserve roles. The 
final score showed PC winning 71 to 50. 

Hingham and Middleboro were Coach Rogers 
next victims as our varsity ended the first half of 
its season with nine wins and no losses, and as 
"Number One" in the Old Colony League. 



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VARSITY RECORD 




PC 


Opponent 


Score 


64 


Bridgewater-Raynham 


53 


68 


Abington 


32 


76 


Scituate 


55 


83 


Alumni 


57 


83 


Randolph 


53 


87 


Rockland 


66 


81 


Whitman-Hanson 


53 


71 


Silver Lake 


50 


84 


Hingham 


56 


74 


Middleboro 


48 


69 


Bridgewater-Raynham 


60 


84 


Abington 


70 


87 


Scituate 


63 


80 


Randolph 


47 


65 


Rockland 


60 


68 


Whitman-Hanson 


45 


78 


Silver Lake 


37 


81 


Hingham 


40 


92 


All Stars 

TECH 


67 


72 


Foxboro 


63 


62 


Tewksbury 


40 


45 


Holy Family 


60 



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PC went after its tenth win on its 
own court against rugged BR. The 
game was nip and tuck all the way 
until the fourth quarter when the Blue 
Eagles built up a fifteen point lead 
behind Gerry Rose. Coach Rogers in- 
jected the subs, and the game ended 
in a 69 to 60 triumph for Plymouth- 
Carver. 

Abington was the eleventh foe of PC 
to be defeated. The score was 84 to 70. 

Next PC traveled to Scituate to meet 
the third place Sailors. Dave Conroy 
was up for this game, as he hit an un- 
believable sixteen points in the first 
quarter. Most of his scoring was chalk- 
ed up on fast break lay ups and twenty 
foot jumpers. Again Scituate fell. 





So come on girls — 



Dave defeats his opponent. 




It's almost like flying. 

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In The Old Colony League 




give us a cheer! 




A very hard fought win over Rock- 
land was sandwiches in between an 80 
to 47 victory over Randolph and a 68 
to 45 triumph over Whitman Hanson. 
The Rockland game was a postponed 
contest, and was played in the after- 
noon. The Bulldogs combined a com- 
paratively cold PC quintet with their 
own outstanding play for a 32 to 30 
half time lead. Rockland continued to 
dominate the third quarter; however, 
when injured Dave Conroy entered the 
game and hooped two baskets from 
downtown, he ignited PC and helped 
pull a 65 to 60 squeaker over Rockland. 



A win over Silver Lake 




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Silver Lake again had high hopes of 
defeating the unbeaten PC squad, but 
the Eagles were up for the game and 
blew the Lakers off the court with a 
resounding 78 to 37 victory. 

Easy trouncings of Hingham and Mid- 
dleboro saw Coach Rogers team go un- 
defeated in the Old Colony League and 
retire the trophy since this was the 
third time the championship has been 
claimed by Plymouth. 




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All-Star selections were made shortly thereafter and 
three men from PC were selectd. Gerry Rose, sporting 
a 20 point average, was honored as being the best 
player in the League. Dave Conroy, a Sophomore, was 
granted the accolade of being the third best man in the 
League. Don McLean, vastly improved in scoring tech- 
nique, was the twelfth best man out of approximately 
140 players. The All-Star game was played at the P-C 
gym. This was probably PC's best game of the year, as 
they routed the all stars 92 to 67 behind the scoring of 
Rose (26 points) and McLean (20 points). 




Higher! 



and into the bakkct! 



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The Eastern Massachusetts Tech Tourney 
was PC's next test. The first opponent was Fox- 
boro. Conroy scored 21 and Rose 20 to trounce 
the poor sported Foxboro five. At Bridgewater, 
PC knocked Tewksbury out of the Tech in a 
hard fought 62 to 40 battle. This left PC's 
record at 20-0. Al Andrews, Gerry Rose and 
Dave Conroy scored 16, 15 and 14 points re- 
spectively to assure victory. 



PC Takes Tewksbury At 




Donnie goes up and over. 





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The Tech, 62-40 




The 1967 team was a great one. The rea- 
sons are obvious. The Blue Eagles had a 
superstar — Rose, a fantastic coach, good 
rebounders — Griswold and McLean, deadly 
outside shooters — Conroy and Andrews, a 
tenacious defense and a good bench. 

JUNIOR VARSITY RECORD 1967 



PC 


Opponent 


Score 


42 


Bridgewater-Raynham 


32 


36 


Abington 


25 


47 


Scituate 


17 


30 


Randolph 


36 


38 


Rockland 


53 


48 


Whitman-Hanson 


42 


27 


Silver Lake 


47 


17 


Hingham 


33 


24 


Middleboro 


48 


37 


Bridgewater-Raynham 


33 


29 


Abington 


40 


38 


Scituate 


32 


29 


Randolph 


39 


41 


Rockland 


42 


32 


Whitman-Hanson 


39 


37 


Silver Lake 


34 


33 


Hingham 


53 


41 


Middleboro 


39 


Reach, 


Jerry ! 






Jerry moves swiftly and with precision. 



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Boys Junior Varsity 






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Quoting- Mr. Cryer, the Junior Varsity 
coach, "They started strong, finished strong, 
but forgot the middle." On the whole, a 
mediocre Junior Varsity squad compiled the 
record of 8 wins and 10 losses. 

Mr. Cryer's quintet opened the season 
with a bang — three consecutive victories. In 
its first encounter of the season, the team 
subdued Bridgewater-Raynham by a 42 to 
32 score. In this game, Bob McCosh and Paul 
Pinetti led the scoring as they did for most 
of the season. Abington and Scituate also 
found our JV's too strong to cope with. 

Now the trouble began for the Sophomore 
five. Randolph, playing on its home court, 
edged PC by six points. Rockland was PC's 
next foe, and proved to be a more than 
worthy opponent as they trounced the JVs 
53 to 38. 

In the next four contests PC could only 
manage one victory — that coming against a 
weak Whitman-Hanson team. Losses to 
Silver Lake, Hingham, and Middleboro 




marked the end of the first half of the 
season. At this point the PC Junior Varsity 
displayed a record of four wins and five 
defeats. 

These first nine basketball games were 
demonstrative of sloppy ball handling and 
poor outside shooting by a tenaciously de- 
fensive ball club. So, to these boys the only 
thing that mattered was winning. Regard- 
less of how far behind they were, they never 
gave up. This is a tribute to Coach Cryer's 
ability to mold a team from scratch, as he 
does with the Sophomores every year. It 
must be realized that the PC Junior Varsity 
is comprised of boys with only one year of 
organized basketball under their belts. Also, 
it must be remembered that many other 
schools recruit Juniors and Seniors for their 
JV teams. 

The second half of the season saw PC 
whip Bridgewater-Raynham again by the 
score of 37 to 33. At this point of the season 
Coach Cryer made a change in his starting 



FRESHMAN RECORD 1967 



All crossed up 



PC 


Opponent 


Score 


40 


Bridgewater-Raynham 


22 


44 


Abington 


28 


47 


Scituate 


36 


41 


Randolph 


17 


45 


Rockland 


40 


36 


Whitman-Hanson 


32 


49 


Silver Lake 


37 


43 


Hingham 


17 


44 


Middleboro 


39 


31 


Bridgewater-Raynham 


21 


32 


Abington 


26 


34 


Scituate 


37 


42 


Randolph 


32 


42 


Rockland 


49 


34 


Whitman-Hanson 


31 


35 


Silver Lake 


29 


54 


Hingham 


22 


33 


Middleboro 


20 




Basketball 



lineup, using Roy Nickerson at a guard 
position. Roy was a pleasant surprise as he 
added an outside shooting punch to the JVs. 

A Scituate victory was sandwiched be- 
tween two defeats, one to Abington, a pre- 
vious conquest, and the other to a powerful 
Randolph club. 

The PC Jayvees again met the touch 
Rockland five which had previously bombed 
our Sophomores. This is the game which 
saw our JVs jell and play much improved 
basketball. Rockland expected an easy game, 
but was forced into overtime by a deter-' 
mined PC quintet. In regulation play, Mike 
Sirrico, Bob McCosh and Roy Nickerson did 
most of the scoring, since PC was playing 
over its head. The three minute overtime 
saw Rockland behind by one point with 
seconds remaining. The Ball was stolen from 
Steve Corvini and put through the hoop for 
a 42 to 41 Rockland victory. 

Whitman-Hanson avenged a previous loss 
to PC by a 39 to 32 score as Paul Pinetti 



excelled in a losing cause. 

Silver Lake, which had humiliated the PC 
Jayvees by 20 points earlier in the season 
was defeated by PC in overtime. Again, Roy 
Nickerson, Bob McCosh and Mike Sirrico 
were the stars. 

The Junior Varsity ended the season high- 
lighted by overtimes. Throughout the year 
the PC JVs employed a zone defense which 
held their opponents to 38 points per game. 

The starting five were Paul Pinette, Bob 





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No sweat for PCHS 



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McCosh, Mike Sirrico,. Roy Nickerson, and 
Greg Tolonen. Pinetti was one of the team's 
higher scorers and the top rebounder. 
McCosh was a player who showed great 
promise with his fine shooting and ball con- 
trol. Sirrico showed good strength under the 
boards and hit from 10 feet with some con- 
sistency. Nickerson demonstrated fine out- 
side shooting and the ability to be in the 
right place at the right time. Tolonen had 
very little previous basketball experience but 
performed admirably on the court. Other 
boys who saw action were Rusty Brown, 
Larry Shaw, Steve Corvini and Pete Stearns. 



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GIRLS' VARSITY 
BASKETBALL RECORD 

PC Opponents 

49 Bridgewater-Raynham 

31 Abington 

15 Alumni 

38 Rockland 

23 Whitman-Hanson 

26 Silver Lake 
41 Hingham 
54 Middleboro 

37 Scituate 

38 Bridgewater-Raynham 
30 Abington 

51 Scituate 

28 Whitman-Hanson 

20 Rockland 

34 Silver Lake 

46 Stoughton 

27 Whitman-Hanson 
57 Hingham 

45 Middleboro 



Row 1: Carol Houston, Sandy Henderson, B. Fernandez, 
C. Lodi, W. Gomes, L. Rose, manager, D. Fernandes. 
Row 2: Miss N. MacDuffee, C. Rettig, N. Darsh, J. 
Plante, M. James. 

The Girls' Varsity Basketball Team enjoyed 

a successful 1967 season. Under the coaching of 

Miss Nancy MacDuffee, the team captured 

19 second place in the Old Colony League. In 

22 sixteen of their nineteen games, the girls were 
9 victorious. Chris Lodi led the seasons scoring 

26 with 174 points. Wendy Gomes, netting 146 

28 points and Lydia Rose with 122 points con- 

19 tributed to the success. Good defense is also a 

19 key factor in basketball. Opponents' scoring was 

16 limited to 484 points this season, compared with 

24 our girls' 690 points. 43% of the free throws 
16 was made. The Varsity entered the annual 

25 Southeastern Massachusetts Girls Basketball 

23 Tournament. It won the first game against 
23 Stoughton by a score of 46 to 34. Whitman- 
32 Hanson eliminated our team in its second game, 

31 42 to 27. Sandy Henderson and Wendy Gomes 
34 were chosen as members of the All-Star Team 
42 of the Tournament. 

32 The Junior Varsity finished the season with 
44 a 14-2 record. We are looking forward to a fine 

season next year. 




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Row 1: V. Fernandes, D. Caldera, K. Pimental, C. Prussman, P. Brewster, D. Fernandez, 
I. Pina, S. Barlow. Row 2: Miss J. Wild (coach) L. Rogers, P. Best, C. Govoni, B. 
Rettig, S. Griswold, K. Haire, P. James, L. Heath. Absent: K. Kittsobohn, M. Burton, 
H. Silvia, L. Pina. 



GIRLS' JUNIOR VARSITY 
BASKETBALL RECORD 



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Opponents 


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Bridgewater-Raynham 


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Abington 


17 


Rockland 


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Whitman-Hanson 


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Silver Lake 


16 


Hingham 


21 


Middleboro 


16 


Scituate 


18 


Bridgewater-Raynham 


21 


Abington 


20 


Scituate 


12 


Whitman-Hanson 


12 


Rockland 


23 


Silver Lake 


16 


Hingham 


18 


Middleboro 




Get 'em girls! 



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an empty school, time to reflect 

on the past day, or the past month, 

or the last four years. 

Open doors, pledge of allegiance, 

moments of silence, 

moments of noise. 

A bell rings and is answered 

by a thousand individuals 

who accumulate a thousand impressions 

and a thousand reactions to the daily routine. 




There is time to cheer, time to think, 

time to recall the past events 

that have taken place 

in these same surroundings, 

the surroundings now one's own. 

And, when one leaves, it is only to return; 

the supply of memories to be added to, 

until the day when we have gone — 

our memories completed. 

Then, we have but to 

Remember . . . 



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held its annual induction ceremonies. This year, 
Miss Phyllis Boucher was replaced as Advisor 
by Mr. Andrew Dietlin. Nine new members 
were inducted into the organization by the of- 
ficers and other Junior year members. Honor 
Society tries to uphold the ideals of Character, 
Scholarship, Leadership and Service. 




Former Advisor, Miss Boucher, receives honor- 
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P-C Readies Abington Ambush 




Rally led by Donna 




Sparkling the Rally, Blue Eagles Cheerleaders 



The Pep Rally prior to the Abing- 
ton game was one of the best P-C has 
seen. Spirit was at a peak; enthus- 
iasm grabbed hold of everyone. The 
Rally was organized by Student Coun- 
cil, and featured drills by the March- 
ing Girls, the Cheerleaders, and of 
course, the Band. 



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Jonathan Brewster (prone). 

The entire cast assembles for the applause of 
an enthusiastic audience. 



Teachers Score In Production Of "A rsenic 



In January, the Teachers As- 
sociation presented Arsenic and 
Old Lace by Joseph Kesselring. 
The proceeds of the two perform- 
ances were donated to the Asso- 
ciation's scholarship fund. Miss 
Janet Draghetti directed the 
comedy, which featured Miss 
Clare Driscoll and Miss Audrey 
Ziergiebel as the macabre sisters. 





Jonathan and Dr. Einstein detain Mortimer 
Brewster. 



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ster engage the services 
of their nephew, Teddy. 



Well, Mortimer, Elaine is 
still waiting! 



Mortimer and Mr. With- 
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Eileen, Jan and Chuck 
look over their lines for 
Act I. 




The Follies of 1967 




The Monologists: Donna, Linda and Eileen with M. C. Dale. 





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and choreographer, for the the Follies, 

square dance. 

Dance Instructors: Carole, Linn, and Carmen 



The month of March was filled with 
senior show rehearsals. After an unfortu- 
nate start, the show finally got going. 
Mrs. Alice Urann acted as adviser and di- 
rector. Presented on March 31 and April 
1, the Follies of '67 was received by an 
enthusiastic audience. 




Co-ordinating Committee : Donna, Dee, Jan, Dale 
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"You're our first prisoners of war." 

For the Drama Club's spring production, Director 
Janet Draghetti chose The Mouse That Roared. This 
farce, adapted by Christopher Sergei from the book by- 
Leonard Wibberley, was a complete change from all 
past productions. Mouse, having a very large cast, 
granted acting opportunities to newcomers as well as 
those with previous experience. Rehearsals got under 
way in March, and the production date was scheduled 
for the first weekend in May. 





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"Sir — what should I do with this 
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"Sir — monsieur — nous sommes avec American 
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"Uncle . . . Just, for example, the pastures for 
your show horses. They'll have to be turned into 
turnip fields." 



'I think we're under attack.' 

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Yearly, at PCHS, the Dean's 
Council sponsors an original talent 
show, under the direction of Mrs. 
Alice Urann. All members of the 
school are invited to perform with 
any talent or ability they might 
have. This year, being no exception, 
the talent show proved to be one of 
the great highlights of the school 
year. A great variety of talent was 
shown, including singing, acting, and 
dancing of every type. However, the 
student realizes the great effort 
required to produce a show such as 
this, and is extremely grateful for 
having a director such as Mrs. Ur- 
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Law and order reign supreme 
in my kind of town. 



And our most beautiful queen, 
Koni . . . 



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The History of a Class 



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Would you believe?? PI. . .The Great (guarded) Pumpkin. . ."We 

want a bulletin board!". . .Go! Go! Blue Eagle!. . ."And the only word was 
me". . .Remember kids, the draft is coming. . .Air Force, Navy, Marines, 
Army anyone???. .. ,Ha! I got rejected!. .. .Is he cute or what??.... 

Check out the leg "So, she says to me, 'A little longer on the hemline, 

deary' Spit out the gum Let's go to Cook's Pond for a party! 

I'm so tired ZZZZZZZZZZZ She Loves You. . .yea, yea 

Who 're you taking to the prom ??.... a sociable sweater. .. .This Dia- 
mond Ring .... I'm so cold, turn up the heat Get a haircut ! ! ! 

Hey, New York, here we come What's to drink,VO, gingerale, Colt 

45 ? ? Pepsi maybe Wanna' fight ? ? Smoke — where ? ? . . . 

Please excuse the interruption but Ahhh ! A Weekend Sure 

I'll give you a ride — where in Manomet ? ? You're in a lousy mood 

Class?. . . .S'il vous plait! One-two-one-two. . . .Jump ball. . . . 

Get me ! I could care ! Yea, man ! Oh, heck, snow will 

ya?? Strawberry Fields NO SCHOOL at Plymouth-Carver High 

School Where's the summer wine? Dog food, again 

She's a wicked city woman Blow-Up He has a right to ex- 
press his thoughts "Eliza, is that you, Eliza?? hydrochloric 

what???. , in 1984. . . .Stop! In the Name of Lunch! What did 

you get on that test ? ? Dear editor Where's the party ? ? 

What time ? ? I have a study next period "The library is for 

studying purposes only!" The Bible I pledge allegiance 

presenting the grannie-minnie Questions?? J.B. or is it B.J.?? 

The Child Buyers Salinger Camus inattentive . . . 

.... groovy off-beat alone GUIDANCE black 

white Big Red Fight! Fight! SENIORS OF '67 

When's graduation ? ? only 60 more days 'till Freak Night ! 

midyears, ich! RUSH, RUSH, RUSH I work on Saturday's 

rehearsals on Monday, Wed. and Sunday??? 6 million words, 

due when ? ? Dedicated to the One I Love I ache all over 

tardy permanent pass, that's what you should have ! I forgot 

my books ! May I take this chair ? Clear the corridors ! 

bomb scare, bomb scare, bomb scare 2:30 happiness is 

purple ? ? ? Downtown only a week to vacation Summer 

in the City Do it Hail to thee PCHS!! goodbye 

Pomp and Circumstance 

WALK ON ! 



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much advantage as 
tvhen you have been 
cheated out of it: for 
at one stroke you have 
purchased prudence. 




-Schopenhauer, Aphorisms 
Wisdom of Life 



Money tumbles into the 

hands of certain men as a 

dollar tumbles down 

a sewer. 



Money, th' only power 

That all mankind 

falls doivn before. 

— Butler, Hudibras 




// you would know the 

value of money, go and try 

to borrow some. 



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— Cervantes, Don Quixote 



Money is like an arm or a 
leg — use it or lose it. 



— Henry Ford 



Money is like muck, 

not good except 

it be spread. 



— Francis Bacon, 
Essays: Of Seditions 




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pot boil. 



-Sir Roger I'Estrange, 
The Fables of Aesop 



Money begets money. 

— John Ray, 
English Proverbs 



Money in the purse 

will always be 

in fashion. 

— Thomas Fuller 
Gnomologia 



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Plymouth 



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Compliments 
of 

JOHNSON'S 
FRUIT AND VEGETABLE 



MEL'S AUTO REPAIR 

Repairs on all make cars 

109 Sandwich Street 
Plymouth 

E. T. Diozzi,. Proprietor 
Esso Products 

Telephone PI 6-1547 



The Best Friend of 

Man's Best Friend- 

CALO 

Quality Pet Foods 



Congratulates the 
1967 Graduates 

CLARK-BABBITT FOODS, INC. 

West Hanover, Mass. 



Compliments of the 



CARVER PACKAGE STORE 



Compliments of 

PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. 
of PLYMOUTH INC. 

124 Sandwich Street 
Plymouth, Massachusetts 



DEARN & McGRATH 



"We Serve Wei 


1 to Serve Again" 


JABEZ 


CORNER 


SERVICE 


STATION 


Daniel Nunes 


— Charles Mann 


Greasing - Tune Up - Repairs 


Jabez Corner 


Plymouth 


Tel. 746-9850 






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HOLMES GROC 

87 Sandwich Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 

746-0541 



746-0941 



CECCARELLI CLEANERS 



"WE KEEP THE SPOTS" 



Plymouth, Mass. 



Congratulations to the Class of '67 




EMERSON'S STORE 




White Horse Beach 


Massachusetts 



Compliments of 

GELLAR'S SERVICE STATION 

State Road, Manomet 
CA 4-2427 



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from 

JOHN ALDEN GIFT SHOP 

Water Street Plymouth, Mass. 

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Compliments of 

PLYMOUTH BOWL-O-MAT 

One Park Avenue 
746-9825 



Congratulations from 



ELLIS CURTAIN FACTORY 



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Distinctive Menswear 



18 Main Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 



BRADLEY 
PROFESSIONAL PHARMACY 

22 Court St. — Plymouth 746-0358 

Roy B. Bradley, Registered Pharmacist 

"You Can Depend On Us, 
Your Doctor Does." 



SAMOSET GARAGE, INC. 

Buick — Pontiac 

40 Samoset Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 




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PADOVANI REXALL 



289 Court Street 
North Plymouth, Mass. 



Pilgrim 6-9804 


Specializing 


in Pizza 


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PRISCILLA GRILL 




3OIV2 Court Street 






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North Plymouth, Mass. 






NEW ENGLAND AERO 
SERVICE, INC. 



WILDES MOTOR CO., 


INC. 


Samoset Street 




746-2900 


Plymouth, 


Mass. 




Oldsmobile — 


- Cadillac 





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MAURO J. CANEVAZZI 

PLYMOUTH INSURANCE 

AGENCY 

Edward D. Borlatti, Associate 

56 Sandwich Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 



Repairs Custom Building Remodeling 

GRASSI AND MAKI 

MARION - CARVER 
Res. 748-0796 Res. 866-3339 



Compliments of 




DUN LAP'S OIL & 


GAS 


SERVICE 




38 Samoset Street 




Plymouth 




J 746-1278 





PURITAN GARAGE 
SCARZI BROS. 

Lincoln - Mercury - Comet - Cougar 

356 Court Street 

Plymouth, Mass. 

Tel. 746-3100 



WARD & BRADY 



MIDWAY SERVICE 
CENTER 



Gas — Oil — Groceries 



Route 58 



South Carver 



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330 Court Street Plymouth, Mass. 

746-3444 




THE E. S. BURNS 
INSURANCE AGENCY 

Realtors 



South Duxbury 

Massachusetts 

02374 

Telephone 
934-2422 



45 Court Street 

Plymouth, Mass. 

02360 

Telephones 
746-1965 - 746-3606 



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CLASS OF '67 




PLYMOUTH • ROCKLANlQO EST* l9»9 



MODERN STORES FOR 



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BOYS 



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PURITAN CLEANING DEPT. 

"Plymouth's Oldest and Finest Dry Cleaners" 



CLEANING 



TAILORING 



FUR STORAGE 



56 MAIN STREET 

PLYMOUTH, MASS. 

746-3730 



295 UNION STREET 

ROCKLAND, MASS. 

295-1585 



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Carver, Massachusetts 



HEATING OILS — GASOLINE — DIESEL FUEL 



Phone 866-4545 



Consultants 
Heating Engineers 



Compliments of 



CAPE AUTO BODY 



Ruez Gallerani 



KINGSTON &nii£ STATION 

Gas, Oil and Repair Service 

585-2824 

Corner Summer and Evergreen Streets 

Kingston, Massachusetts 



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Best Wishes 

PLYMOUTH COUNTY 
ELECTRIC COMPANY 



Tel. 746-9300 
Main Street Extension 



Plymouth 



Furniture — Gifts — Bedding 

HENRY'S FURNITURE CO. 

48-50 Court Street Plymouth, Mass. 

Henry J. Busi — Edna A. Busi 
Ronald V. Busi 

DIAL 746-1118 



Best Wishes from 

METROPOLITAN LIFE 
INSURANCE CO. 

2 School Street 
Plymouth 

435 Main Street 
Hyannis 



Louis M. Leconte 

P & L COMPANY 

Loam — Sand — Gravel 
Loader and Bulldozer Service 

Phone UN 6-4402 



GARUTI'S 



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STATION 



Henry C. Garuti, Mgr. 

Tel: 746-2822 
324 Court Street Plymouth, Mass. 



BALBONI'S DRUG STORE, INC. 

315 Court Street 
Tel. 746-1251 Plymouth, Mass. 

"The Drug Store That Serves Plymouth" 



BERNARD'S LADIES' APPAREL 



1 Court Street 



Plymouth, Massachusetts 



Telephone 746-1635 



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PLYMOUTH LUMBER CO. 


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Plymouth, Mass. 





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"Home Beauty Is Our Business" 

SHERMAN 
FURNITURE COMPMY, INC. 

310 Court Street — Plymouth, Tel. 746-1440 



Congratulations to the 



Class of '67 



S.G.A. FOODLINER 



15 Main Street Ext. 



Plymouth 



Best Wishes 

to the 
Senior Class 



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GINNY'S 
COFFEE SHOP 



!60 



COLONIAL 
RESTAURANT 

Air Conditioned 

39 Main Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 

Telephone 
Pilgrim 6-0838 



Best Wishes 



RAYCURT 
ALUMINUM CENTER 

39 Court Street 
746-2976 



Compliments 
of 

W. T. GRANT 

Plimoth Plaza 
Plymouth, Mass. 



"Service You Can Trust" 



VOLTA OIL COMPANY 



Sales and Service of 

Texaco Fuel Chief Heating Equipment 

Gas Appliances and Home Heating 



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4 North Street 



KINGSTON 

83 Summer Street 



MANOMET DUXBURY 

Point Road & Strand Ave. Washington Street at Snug Harbor 

and 
Eight- other Convenient- locations 

Member Fede.al Deposit Insurance Corporation 



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Plymouth Savings Bank 



"The FRIENDLY Bank" 



Arthur G. Estes, Jr., President 
James A. White, Vice President 
Warren M. Axford, Treasurer 
Donald W. Heath, Assistant Treasurer 



Congratulations to the Class of '67 



PLYMOUTH FIVE CENTS SAVINGS BAffi 



Plymouth — Kingston — Duxbury — Marshfield 



Your Bank for School Savings 



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PLYMOUTH FEDERAL 
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 



PLYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS 



Incorporated 1882 



Federalized 1937 



President 

A. Lee Roulston 



Secretary 

Mae E. Emond 



Vice President 
& Treasurer 

Frank T. Brown, Jr. 



Assistant 
Treasurer 

Esther Crowell 




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At Your Service For 

INSURED SAFETY FOR SAVINGS 

HOME MORTGAGE LOANS 

Planned for Your Budget 



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PROFESSIONAL SPONSORS 

Samuel K. Stewart, M.D., F.A.C.P. 

Medora V. Eastwood, M.D. 

Frank J. Abate, M.D. 

H. H. Hamilton, M.D. 

Hyman Duby, M.D. 

J. Robert Browning, M.D. 

C. James Gormley, M.D. 

Richard 0. Elliott, M.D. 

Clifford C. Agnew, M.D. 

Francis Ortalani, D.D.S. 

Robert F. Rozene, D.M.D. 

Harry Keller, D.M.D. 

Charles Benea, D.M.D. 

Milton Gellar, O.D. 

George Wild, O.D. 

George F. Haigh 

Judge & Mrs. Hugh R. Maraghy 

Phillip S. Cronin 

Avery, Dooley, Post, & Avery 



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SPONSORS 




Maccaferri Shoe Store 




L. Knife & Son, Inc. 


Carol Cut-Rate 




Pur-Ice 


Perino Service Station 




Plymouth Rock Grocery 


Gregg's Barber Shop 




Dino's Texaco Station 



Sherwin-Williams Co. 

No. Carver Shell Station 

Mando's Furniture, Inc. 

Benea Block Co. 

No. Plymouth Liquor Mart 

Stein's Furniture 

Bronson's Coin-A-Matic 

Siever's Lunch 

S. Leonardi Pioneer Food Store 

Cape Travel Agency 

Barbieri's Grocery Store 

The Hobshole House & Motel 



Reliable Cleaners 

No. Plymouth Hardware Co. 

Furtado's Barber Shop 

The Green Thumb 

Lindy's 

Seaside Grill 

Pilgrim Super Drug 

Primo's Service Station 

Lincoln St. Service Station 

Rusty's Mobil Station 

H. A. Bradford & Sons, Inc. 

Sharon Box, Inc. 



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SPONSORS 



Mr. & Mrs. Elmer C. Buck 
Mr. & Mrs. Carl W. Johnson 
Mr. & Mrs. Harold P. Braddock 
Mr. & Mrs. Louis Bryant 
Mr. & Mrs. Stanford Bowers 
Theodore T. Vaughan 
Charles G. Kallio 
F. L. Benotti 
Joseph H. Boucher 
Carver Supply Co. 
Henry Mengoli & Son 
Cantoni Coal & Oil Co., Inc. 
Victoria's Market 
Perry's Market 
Cartmell Funeral Service 
Mr. & Mrs. John Pacheco 
Mr. & Mrs. Renato Pedrini 
Mr. & Mrs. Jack Minsky 




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FRIENDS 

Borzan Beauty Shoppe 

Cohen's 

Towne Shoe Service 

Louis' Barber Shop 

In The Pines — Antiques 

Dexter's Shoe Store 

Plymouth Glass Co. 

Plymouth Paint & Wallpaper Co. 

Steven's Beauty Salon 

Samuel Aron & Sons 

Gill's Service Station 

Henry's Service Station 

Deborah Shurtleff 

Two Friends 



Homeroom 101 



Fac Aliquid 



Evelyn Reardon 



Mr. & Mrs. Elmer M. Haskins 



Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Boccaci 



Mr. & Mrs. David A. Lindros 



Mr. & Mrs. Donald Heath 



Mr. & Mrs. Solon Johnson 



Mr. & Mrs. Walter Myatt 



Mr. & Mrs. Robert Shurtleff 



Virginia K. Ford 



Herbert R. Erskine 



William Pioppi 
Donald D. Perry 



Judith C. Wild 



A Friend 



Iris E. Albertini 



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'The FRIENDLY Bank" 



Arthur G. Estes, Jr., President 
James A. White, Vice President 
Warren M. Axford, Treasurer 
Donald W. Heath, Assistant Treasurer 




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TASSY'S 



Summer St. 



Kingston, Mass. 



Tel. JU 5-4509 



LORING'S 

Watchmakers & Jewelers 

29 Main St. Plymouth 

Established 1894 



THE OCKERS COMPANY 

15 Main St. Plymouth 

Your headquarters for — 

Books — College Outline Series 

Dictionaries — Greeting Cards 

Brief Cases and School Supplies 

Portable Typewriter 

Sales and Service 
746-2255 









"Best Wishes 




to the Class of '67 




from 




KINGSTON LUMBER CO." 



(iljyk THE E. S. 


BURNS 


1||P INSURANCE 


AGENCY 


Realtors 


South Duxbury 


45 Court Street 


Massachusetts 


Plymouth, Mass. 


02374 


02360 


Telephone 


Telephone 


934-2422 


746-1965 




746-3606 



(£sso) 



Congratulations to the Class of '67 



KINGSTON OIL & GAS 



Joseph Balboni & Sons 



JU 5-4541 



JU 5-2604 



Main Office and Shoivroom 
62 Main Street — Kingston 



Propane Plant 
Pembroke St. (Route 27) — Kingston 




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The ROGERS PRINT 



20 Middle Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 



Producers of Preferred Printing 

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LITHO-OFFSET & LETTERPRESS 



MASSASOIT 
VENDING SERVICE INC. 

Manual & Automatic Food Service 

Tel. 746-1713 
Plymouth, Mass. 



Tel. 746-1234 




Compliments of 




THE 

YANKEE 

TRAVELER 




Route 3A 



Rest and Comfort 
Off the Busy Highway 

PLYMOUTH, 

MASS. 



Plymouth 



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Congratulations 

to all graduates of Plymouth-Carver High School 

from Radio Station 



WPLM 



Good Luck to All of You 
— The Class of 1967 



John Thomas Campbell - - 
1390 on your AM dial 
911 mc. on your FM dial 



owner, manager of WPLM 
500 watts 
50,000 watts 



6 A.M. - Midnight 
Radio Voice of Plymouth, Cape Cod, and The Islands 



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MEMORIAL PRESS 




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to The Memorial Press, where 
quality workmanship is the rule. 

THE MEMORIAL PRESS 

23 Middle St., Plymouth, Mass., 02360 






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KINGSTON BLOCK CO., 
INCORPORATED 

Complete Line of Masonry Supplies 
Cesspools Built and Pumped 



72 Main Street 



Kingston, Mass. 



Congratulations to the 

Senior Class 

from 

THE OLD COLONY 
THEATRE 



Main St. Ext. 



Plymouth 



Tel. 746-0167 



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Compliments of 




SMITH'S 


PLYMOUTH 


MASSACHUSETTS 



Congratulations to the 
Class of 1967 



CURRIER'S 



Plymouth Center 



HARBOR DISTRIBUTING 
COMPANY, II. 



COTT 
QUALITY BEVERAGES 



Plymouth 



Massachusetts 



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Congratulations to the Class of '67 



PLYMOUTH FIVE CENTS SAVINGS BAM 



Plymouth — Kingston — Duxbury — Marshfield 



Your Bank for School Savings 




Congratulations to the Graduates 




PRESS | Pv&fS^to 

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STEVENS, THE FLORIST 


Store Phone Green House 


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Plymouth 



HOME ROOM 103 

The action room 

with the 

Action People 




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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 



The editors of the 1967 Pilgrim wish to express their gratitude to: 

Miss Anita Drisko, our advisor, for such unyielding effort to forge 
ahead, despite disadvantages. 

Mr. Robert Vantine, our representative from Delmar Publishing Co., 
for the guidance necessary in constructing our yearbook. 

Mr. Joseph Dickson, our photographer, for his on-the-spot service. 

Mr. Wilbert Cingolani and Mr. Robert Holton for their patience and 
understanding. Also, many thanks to the office staff. 

Judy Pacheco for her help as our devoted secretary, taking responsibili- 
ties far beyond her call of duty. 

Robert Bradley, our business manager, for his speedy taxi service and 
financial wizzardry, without which, the book could never have been pub- 
lished. 

Mr. Edward Buckley for his helpfulness by bringing printing matter at 
any time to the publisher's office. 

And last but not least, to all our staff editors and members who worked 
diligently to make this Pilgrim 1967 a success. 

John Pacheco 
Peter Niemi 



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